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The free version of Money Lover includes small banner advertisements at the bottom of the application. They aren't too intrusive but they can be annoying. Removing the advertisements is a $2.00 in app purchase. Getting the whole Money Lover experience requires an upgrade from the basic application to the premium application without advertisements and the ability to have more than one wallet, a budget plan, and an event plan for a $4.99 in app purchase. See More
Similar applications to Money Lover only offer a few details to add when inputting a new transaction but Money Lover offers a lot more besides the normal category and title. Money Lover allows you to add notes, contacts, a picture, location, and reminders. See More
The overall design of the app is clean and simple, almost minimal. It makes the app pleasing to use due to how easily one can tell what parts of the app do what due to the clean and simple design. the use of solid colors to differentiate section of the app makes it easy to keep track of what buttons do what. See More
Many people don't like connecting their accounts to an app, especially bank accounts, luckily Wally does not require one to link their bank to the app in order to track funds. All one has to do is input their starting total and then add expenditures as they purchase them. This is an easy way to track spending while not having to give up ones data. See More
As long as your financial institutions are supported, Mint can pull in all your finance account information and investments into one convenient application. All your accounts and investments in one place it makes it easy to make a budget and track spending. See More
With real time access to all necessary financial institutions, Mint can help users stay on top of upcoming bills. The Mint app allows users to set reminders or alerts for upcoming bill due dates, unusual spending or overspending in a spending category. See More
The visuals and analytics in Check are not as useful as they are in applications such as Mint. There is no way to set up a budget and there are not many ways to better optimize your spending. Check is best at what it was designed to do from the beginning: bill paying. See More
Check takes two day to process the bill payment before it is paid. Check should help you stay on top of your bills so that you pay them early but if you don't you can make an express payment that pays in about 24 hours. Although the express payment costs $7 so it is best not to procrastinate. See More
This application gains more than the read only access of most finance tracking applications with the ability to pay bills right from the application. This may be a security concern for some people but the ability to pay bills all from one place is extremely convenient if your financial institution supports it. See More
YNAB lets you try it's software free for just over a month. This gives you a bit of flexibility when doing a monthly budget - 4 extra days to review your budget and determine whether YNAB helped out enough to justify the $5 price. If you're a student, you can get an additional 12 months for free (for a total of 13 months) and after that you can get 10% off yearly subscriptions. See More
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