When comparing Expense Manager Pro vs PocketGuard: Personal Finance, the Slant community recommends PocketGuard: Personal Finance for most people. In the question“What are the best personal finance tracker apps for Android? ” PocketGuard: Personal Finance is ranked 25th while Expense Manager Pro is ranked 27th.
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Pro Cloud backup
Users can backup the apps info to Dropbox, Drive and the external memory.
Pro Take pictures of receipts
Users can take photos of their receipts.
Pro Multiple accounts
Expense Manager Pro can handle multiple accounts.
Pro Multiplatform (available for iOS and Android)
Pro All accounts in one place
You can connect all financial accounts with PocketGuard and spend only few minutes per day to track your money in one place. PocketGuard will automatically capture your bills, subscriptions and recurring income to set up a budget you can actually stick to.
Pro Timely alerts and reminders
You never miss any payments with timely alerts and reminders. Pay on time to avoid fees and extra charges.
Pro The high-security system protects
PocketGuard uses a read-only connection to your bank and the same security level is used by all major banks. Your data is also protected with a 4-digit PIN that only you know.
Pro Clear visualizations
PocketGuard uses clear charts and graphs to show you all financial picture.
Pro Bank balance and cash flow graphs help keep track of finances at a glance
Pro Informs you whether you can afford to make a large purchase
Pro Shows how much you are free to spend at any time
You can track day-to-day spending to see how much is free to spend.
Con Design leaves something to be desired
The design of the app follows zero of Googles design guidelines. Not only does it not take advantage of most of the screens real-estate, the text itself is pretty small.