egzthunder1 · May 25, 2010 at 03:02 pm

FingerFriendly FinanceCheck Beta Just Released

XDA Member LORDShadowMan has just released the first beta of his app. This is a finger friendly expense tracker, which aside from helping you keep record of what you spend has other nifty features such as data interchange via XML, as well as an alarm that gets triggered when you have spent too much. The app has been designed for the HTC Diamond, which indicates that it is for VGA resolutions. However, the developer said that it should also work for other devices as well. The only drawback at this point is that the app is in German, but we will probably see improvements such as multi language support in the near future.

This app is completly in german language and build for an HTC Diamond. It works on other Devices too, but it might look a little bit different.


It was supposed to be integrated into my other app for Finances. I got stucked there because i cannot find a primary Key for my transactions. Well maybe i will continue developing the other app too.

It´s purpose is:
Write down your daily speendings.

Main Features are:

  • Fingerfriendly App (Made my own Keyboard)
  • Datainterchange through XML
  • Notifications if you spend to much money for ‘something’

Further Roadmap:

  • Bugfixing 
  • Statistic

You can find more information in the application thread.


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