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Managing your finances has never been easier thanks to growing technological advances in finance apps. The apps will help you to save money, budget for upcoming and monthly expenses and also let you know about the last date to submit dues in order to avoid overdraft and late fees.

Budget apps will act as a personal finance advisor and guide over your budget and help you to know when to spend money, identify when you are about to waste money and how you can save money.

    Goodbudget is a fairly popular app for budgeting. It features cross-platform support so you can check it out on Android, the web, or iOS if you want to. Everything syncs between those platforms. Additionally, you'll get expense tracking, income tracking, and some other decent budgeting tools. It uses Material Design and it looks lovely. You can also export your data as a CSV file, QFX (for Quicken), and OFX (Microsoft Money) in case you need that. It's one of the more simple budget apps. Some of the main features are free. The rest require a subscription.

    Devices: iOS


    Dividing bills has never been easier. The app allows you to split payments across groups, different categories of events and most importantly manage what you have to pay.

    Devices: Android,iOS


    Unlike similar finance apps, 5coins doesn’t try to do it all. Instead, it focuses on just what you spend on a daily basis. That’s it. No jumping through multiple screens to perform a single task. Just swipe down on the screen to enter a value and attach a note. The app will keep a running total of everything you’ve spent, and you can view your expense history with an upward swipe.

    Devices: iOS


    Mint is probably one of the better known apps out there in terms of finances, and I see why: It allows you to connect your bank account directly with the app, so all of your deposits and spending automatically update. It also allows you to pay bills (including things like student loans) directly from the app. Hypothetically, this should help you avoid things like late fees or overdraft charges because things are organized all in the same place.

    Devices: Android,iOS


    Wally is well-known finance app with clear interface that lets you take control of your money. The app is completely secure, free and private that allows you to save receipts with each transactions and provides backup your data with iCloud. 

    Devices: Android,iOS


    HomeBudget is an integrated expense tracker tool that helps you to track your expenses, bill-due, account balances, income and more. The app includes Family Sync that allows a group of devices to exchange expenses and income information and lets you to work together within single budget.

    Devices: Android,iOS


    Wallet is an app with a mission. It aims to help you bring your tumultuous financial situation under control as quickly as possible. Like many, it syncs your balance and transactions with your actual bank. It also features account sharing so you can share with your significant other, accountant, or whatever. It also supports multiple currencies, cloud syncing, warranty tracking, templates, shopping lists, and it can export to a variety of file types. It's all done up with a Material Design interface. It's worth a look at least.

    Devices: Android,iOS