- I love Mint for a lot of reasons, and this does most of the pro features. Budgeting and goal setting is anazing.Works with most banks and is cross platform
- Easily the best personal finance app I've ever used. It supports multiple currencies, budgets, incomes, expenses. The ability to both categorize and tag expenses makes it super useful. Can't recommend enough.
- I've tried, what it feels like, every personal finance app and I always come back to Clarity Money. The UI is simple, they track subscriptions (where they can help you cancel/renegotiate subscriptions and bills), and also monthly and categorical spending.
- This is not only a software, its a money management philosophy. Recommended!
I paid the annual subscription, read the book, watched the videos and tried to make it work. In the end it wasn't making my life easier. My main gripe was the lack of multi currency support. The fact that their import flow is a pain in the ass, led me to switch back to spreadsheets.
Loving it. Recommended it to dozens of people already. Helped us to get rid of a ton of debt. Check it out.
- Plum also offers a really nice user experience. It's less comprehensive than other solutions, but focuses on what matters to most people: saving money. It's also really fun, which is not something you can say about most finance-related products.
- Irakli Agladze made this productLet's start with the statement that I'm a maker of Combine, so that's why I'm recommending it :) But actually, Combine is exactly what you're looking for – intuitive, quick and simple to use. An iOS app that tracks multiple bank accounts from multiple countries simultaneously we've launched on Product Hunt today and hunters can get a first month of premium subscription for free
I've been using Combine for a while now and I really like the fact that I can have a unified banking experience across my 2 banks. Thanks!
Very useful for people that go around the world and have to organize their finances