iPhone and iPad apps tagged "budgeting tool."
My Core Info is an All-in-One Tool to Help Organize Your Life
My Core Info is for the person who is very detailed oriented and wants an account of every piece of information in their life.
iBank for iPad 1.1 Delivers Major Update With Over 60 Enhancements
IGG Software today announces the release of iBank for iPad 1.1, a major update featuring over 60 new features, fixes, enhancements and refinements. Coming just two months after iBank for iPad's debut, the new release represents a significant step forward for the app with across-the-board improvements.
iBank for iPad on the App Store: All Your Finances, at Your Fingertips
IGG Software today announced the release of a full iPad version of iBank, the developer's market-leading personal finance application. iBank for iPad takes complete advantage of the iPad's capabilities, including wireless updating, Multi-Touch navigation and the power of iOS 5.
Budget with Back in Black and Get Out of the Red
Let’s face it – budgets have been tight for a lot of people the past couple of years, but this is all the more reason to have a system in place that keeps us out of the red. With the Budget with Back in Black app, budget tracking has never been simpler.
Jumsoft Adapts Its Acclaimed Money App for iPad
Jumsoft, developer of high-quality applications for Mac OS X, has again raised the bar for business and finance tools created for Apple fans. This week, the company released an iPad version of its most popular product, Money.
Track Inflation on the Things You Actually Buy With Sticker Shock
Life getting expensive? Tired of costs spiraling out of control, and never remembering what things used to cost, or when? Sticker Shock, a new iOS app from Asar Corporation, tracks the price inflation a user is experiencing in all the things they buy on a regular basis.
aFinance Budget 3 Makes Mobile Budgeting a Breeze for iOS
Budgeting in the current economic times is essential to making every dollar count, but tracking every one of those dollars can be cumbersome. Sure, we all know we should budget, but let's face it, it's not the most exciting task.
Checkbook HD is Essential Ledger and Budgeting App for iOS
The New Year brings all sorts of things to mind such as giving more attention to being physically fit. Of course, don't forget being fiscally fit too. Budgeting is or should be a key factor in anyone's resolution and one such app that can help is Checkbook HD from iBearSoft.
Useful iPhone Apps for Budgeting and Taking Control of Your Money
Let's face it: the economy is in a slump, and these days getting the most out of every cent really matters. Some people make ends meet with a second job, others cut costs and make their lifestyle as frugal as possible.
Balance Forecasting a Good Start for Personal Budgeting
Tough economic times or not, financial experts are constantly reminding us of the importance of having a budget to manage bills and to find money to save. If you’re one of those people who find budgeting akin to a root canal, then check out Balance Forecasting, a new app from Robert Chitoiu.
Cash Trails - Expense Tracker is Hot on the Trail of Where Your Money Goes
Over time, the App Store has grown exponentially with an array of personal finance utilities for tracking expenses and budgeting. I’ve always been a firm believer that it is difficult to find a one-size-fits-all expense tracker because of the different styles of budgeting and organizing expenses.
Track and Organize Finances with moneyStrands
Like its competitors, moneyStrands organizes all of your various banking and investment accounts into one web application. The moneyStrands iPhone app is an extension of the web interface, with a user-friendly design so you can keep tabs of your account while on the go.
For iPhone Users, iXpenseIt is a Most Useful Mobile Expense Tracker
iXpenseIt - In my opinion, an expense tracking and budgeting software program that appeals to all users for all purposes simply does not exist. It would be difficult to define all the small details required of a one-size-fits-all due to the individual differences in personal budgeting styles.