Money Tracking Application for Android
Money Lover for Android devices is a simple and easy to use application that will help you get your personal budget organized. The app, presented by XDA member bookmark, is multi language and very easy to customize as it has a smart input method that supports backup/restore data and accounting formats. It also supports gestures as well.
The latest version works on any Android version and features support for accounting negative number format, added more general settings, Japanese language, and some minor bug fixes. The application is free and can be downloaded form the market.
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Originally posted by bookmark
Money Lover is a personal financial management application.
This application will help you budget, track all your money and put you on the path to financial stability. It is not a full-featured accounting package, but it is useful for simple money tracking.
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