Alternative products to Mondo for iOS

Mondo for iOS

A bank as smart as your phone

12 alternative and related products to Mondo for iOS

Bobby

Keep track of your subscriptions

Björn Antonissen- Designer & Developer
You can use Bobby for subscriptions
Adam Kolmačka
Simple subscriptions tracker that is missing from Play Store.
Ben Tossell- Co-Founder, Token Daily
This is an awesome app to keep an eye on subscriptions...annnnd the design is pretty damn nice
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Penny

A personal finance coach that's simpler than Mint

jeevan4- Programmer, Xilinx Inc
Penny sends you beautiful tailored charts and insights to help you know how you’re spending in real time. It keeps track of your payments, spending habits and keeps you posted about the important dates.
jeevan4- Programmer, Xilinx Inc
Penny sends you beautiful tailored charts and insights to help you know how you’re spending in real time. It keeps track of your payments, spending habits and keeps you posted about the important dates
Robb- Project Manager
Penny is a calming presence in a world that can be very tough to understand. She gives insight on spending and seems like she is always adding new features and abilities. Penny+ (paid level) is totally worth it for the sub-categories alone.
Two Cents
There are plenty of budgeting tools out there, like Mint, that help you keep track of every penny and analyze your spending in a number of different ways. But if you're new to budgeting, or you just like to keep things simple, it's nice to have a basic view of your habits.
VentureBeat
If you have a tough time managing your personal finances, you might be interested in Penny, an app that examines behavior around your bank accounts and credit cards to alert you of any issues, such as data breaches.
TechCrunch
Have you ever wondered why being financially responsible can be so difficult? Maybe it's because most money management tools are too complicated and overwhelming for the average user. Penny, a new personal finance app, is fixing this by giving users personalized financial advice via a simple chat interface.
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N26

Run your entire financial life from your phone

N26 is a bank that is on your smartphone, what easier than that? No more going to the bank, you can control your finances from your mobile bank. You get an IBAN and an N26 MasterCard that is valid everywhere in the world and you get up to 5 free ATM withdrawals.

Julie Delanoy- Design at Product Hunt
I've also been using Revolut, and I love it. N26 is a bit different, and I use it for my professional expenses. So far, I'm super happy with it, and if you're in Europe and using €, you should give it a try.
Yiannis Kappa
I have been using N26 since I moved to Germany and never regretted it. It takes 10' to register and to open a new account, everything runs through their mobile or web app and they have some pretty cool features like real-time push notifications or instant transfers to other N26 users, which I couldn't find in other banks. From what I know, you can open a ban… See more
Alexandra Florea- social media wiz kid
The interface is simple, fluid, user friendly. Probably the fact that they don't offer too many services helps keeping the interface unclutered.
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Olivia

A financial assistant powered by AI 💳✨

John Ababseh- Epiphany Enthusiast
This financial assistant is pretty cool as it learns from your spending habits and is in a text bubble interface that is easy to interact with.
John Ababseh- Epiphany Enthusiast
You can track what you buy and get via olivia, and itll help you cut down spending through its AI algorithm. It uses data based on your card though instead of writing down or inputting manually.
John Ababseh- Epiphany Enthusiast
Olivia is pretty awesome because it manages your money in a fun UI way that includes Giphys.
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Penny 2.0

Your friendly personal finance coach

Penny is a personal finance coach that chats with you about your finances and gives you tips to improve. You download the app, link your accounts, and Penny will automatically keep your finances up to date and help you save money, avoid fees, begin investing, and more.

shuen
I use Penny and she predicts how much you will spend next month based on your spend history. At this point, I'm not sure if it drills down to specific segments for forecasting (although it does for regular comparisons) but I can't imagine that would be hard to implement as Penny grows. I found Penny on Product Hunt too : )
Bharath Srinivas
AI based PFM tool, that reviews your accounts and presents spending trends, categories in a chat bot based approach. You can also ask questions like "How's April going" "Breakdown my spend by category" etc..
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Albert

Actionable financial advice on your phone

Hussein Yahfoufi- Family and Tech.
I like how simple Albert is and the way it divides between Income, Bills, Spending and what is left
Hussein Yahfoufi- Family and Tech.
I started using Albert a couple months ago, very neat concept and way of organizing financials. They have a few quirks they are working through (still new) but I think overall it's great.
8 Alternatives to Albert

Limitless

Micro-savings app to help you save more

Limitless is a micro-savings app that makes sure that you have enough money to do cool stuff now and later. At this stage of development the money you save using Limitless will be transferred to a dedicated ''savings'' account at bunq rather than invested. In the future some of your savings will be invested into risk appropriate, low-cost funds.

Medium
Sara is an entrepreneur experienced with Lean Startup methodology, idea validation, generating early traction and comparing business models. So far she traveled 40 different countries getting to know the local startup ecosystems and has a cross- industry experience (both B2B and B2C) from Poland, Israel, UK, Singapore and Malaysia.
Thebanker
Sara Koslinska and Ka Lim, co-founders of Limitless, talk to The Banker's Joy Macknight about how the start-up helps millennials better manage their money and whether the age of the free PoC is over.
Holland Fintech
Limitless is an app enabling automated micro-investments. The start-up, nominee for the Accenture Innovation Awards, is going live in October with a millennial friendly product. Designed by a team of seasoned and dynamic professionals, the app brings value to financial institutions by improving engagement with millennials, providing a holistic view on custom… See more
B·HIVE
How does paying for a salad bring you any closer to earning more money? Micro-investment companies such as Limitless and Clink do the trick, by applying a percentage of your expenses in 'low-risk portfolios.' Investing while spending: now we're talking millennial.
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