Monefy - Handy personal finance management tool for Android, iOS and Windows Phone platforms
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Pro Free without advertisements
Monefy is free without advertisements but there are some features reserved for Pro ($2.48) users such as: password protection, Dropbox Sync, adding new categories, and changing icons. Fortunately these features are not completely necessary.
Pro User friendly
Monefy is extremely simple to use. Just tap either plus for a new income or minus for spending and then select the category for the transaction and your done.
Pro Can be synced with Dropbox
There is no web application but Monefy can be synced with Dropbox to keep finances updated even without a phone. This feature is pro only ($2.48).
Monefy requires that all entries are added manually, so there is no need to give the app bank information.
Pro Support for everyone
Monefy offers support for any country because the app is completely independent of financial institutions. If your financial institution is not supported by apps such as Mint and BillGuard just use Monefy and switch the currency.
Pro CSV export of data
Export (in CSV) actual data by 1 click to defined folder on SD card with defined name and defined period. (it's quite easy to use it on a shared folder on a phone and customize data source in excel to upload this file)
Con When compared to the Android app, the iPhone version is missing some features
The iPhone app is missing budget mode and some languages.
Con Budget information must be inputted manually
Transactions are added in the form of notes; first the amount is added, and then the category. It is a quick process but it can become tedious, especially if multiple transactions have been missed.
Con The website is as clear as mud
The language is so vague there is little app help, nor is it clear what you can or cannot do with either the Pro or free version.
Con Poor web-support
There is almost zero support on the website. There are no details to guide through sync process. Other apps allow simple sign-in sync, but this needs a 3rd party Dropbox. It's over complex for what it is.
Con Ugly UI
Con Numeric passcodes only
No alphanumeric passcode feature available.