If you want to keep track of expenses, calculate investments and take control of your money, be sure to check out AppCraver’s Editor Picks for Best Finance Apps for iPhone and iPad. For everything else, read on for current news and reviews of finance applications from the App Store.
If You Use Mint, You Could Lose a Mint
"We're having issues right now." Yeah, me too. I'm trying to set up my financial accounts on Mint.com so I can test drive its new Mint app and it hasn't been easy so far. I managed to set up my bank and a PayPal accounts in about 10 minutes, but it's another story with my credit card.
LoanPad Offers Great Way to Compare Different Loans
LoanPad is a useful assistant to anyone thinking about a loan or paying a loan. The first iPhone app by developer centerThread, loanPad offers the possibility of analyzing different loan scenarios and it lets the user save numerous loans to compare or manage.
Mobile Banking Apps Let Users Track Their Finances Securely
On the scene for a while now, Bank of America was one of the first banks to get out an application for the iPhone. I remember having their application when it was just a web app. Not much has changed since it was a web app.
StockRazor Serves Up Investment Info on the iPhone... For a Limted Time
Atlanta-based Ockham Research delivered its StockRazor to the App Store this week. It is the first mobile application to offer equity research ratings. The powerhouse firm with a research catalog of more than 55,000 companies will offer 80 new stock ideas a week to iPhone users.
Tipulator is Sweet Like Candy at the End of Your Meal
If there's anything that Apple has taught us over the years it's that users are willing to pay for a great user experience. Such is the case with Tipulator.
Sure, there are free tips calculators in the app store and sure, Tipulator doesn't offer any extra-special features.
Bloomberg is a Must Have App for Business Professionals
For financial market news, Bloomberg is second to none. The iPhone app is an excellent resource for stock quotes and business news on the go, and provides a template on how a good news service should be ported to the iPhone.
Tipper - you may never need to do math again
I have a friend who always tries to get out of paying the tip; I’m usually the one making up for it because I get full and then I get tired. I’m too lazy to be bothered with figuring out the tip - especially if I am eating with many people.