Samantha · Mar 25, 2013 at 09:30 am

‘Where’s My Money?’ Knows Where Your Money Has Gone

Previously, we introduced to you Receipt, an app with many useful features and functions that helps you keep to a budget more easily. However, Receipt may not have been suitable for everyone, as it was restricted to calculating only expenses. Thankfully, there’s another alternative called ‘Where’s My Money?’

Developed by XDA Forum Member pytel, ‘Where’s My Money?’ is packed with many useful features and functions that aim to help you keep control of your money. Presented with pleasant Holo-themed aesthetics, the user interface is quite intuitive, consisting of a main screen of both expenses and income, date and category, and calculations of the initial balance, total income, expenses, and ‘gross profit or loss,’ so to speak. You can also have multiple accounts with differing budgets, and different categories of income /expenses for more convenience and better organization. Pytel also allow the flexibility of calculating certain income /expenses during a set time period, allowing you to set anticipated amounts in the future without affecting the current calculations. Customization options include a selection of worldwide currencies, the date format, a notification in the notification area for quick additions of money transactions, a selection of widgets, and a DashClock widget extension.

It can most certainly be said that ‘Where’s My Money?’ will be a very useful application for many users who want to keep to a budget. Pytel has made the application compatible with Android versions 2.1 and newer and free in the Play store. So if this interests you, make sure to check out the original thread for more details.


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