Cashflowy

See your future account balance.

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Enter your current balance along with all of your income and expenses and Cashflowy will show your future balance going forward. You will see how your cashflow grows and shrinks over time.

Reviews

 +1 review
  • Pros: 

    super handy! a very simple answer to organizing cashflow as a freelancer.

    Cons: 

    sometimes when I email brian with feedback, it takes him like, TWO WHOLE DAYS to publish an update.

    extremely useful for projecting freelance runway. I have two checking accounts, one of which is my "personal" checking, and I keep cashflowy lined up with my "business" checking so I can issue paychecks to myself and keep track of how long I'll be able to provide my basic income before I need more of that sweet, sweet seemingly-arbitrarily valued green paper.

    Drew Koszulinski has used this product for one month.

Discussion

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Brian DelaneyMaker@maxmzd · UX / UI Designer + iOS Dev
As a freelancer, I've always relied on spreadsheets to forecast my upcoming cashflow. It became cumbersome and difficult to make updates past a basic level. So I finally decided to create this little app to make things easier. I would love to hear your feedback!
Trevor Coleman@trevor_coleman · Co-creator of the Muse headband
Looks great! Would love to have a “biweekly” option for income, as one client pays me with their payroll.
Brian DelaneyMaker@maxmzd · UX / UI Designer + iOS Dev
@trevor_coleman You can create transactions that recur biweekly by tapping “Every week” and then changing the selection to “Every 2 weeks” (or whatever timeframe you’d like). I will think about how to make that more clear. Thank you for checking out the app. Please let me know if you have any other questions or feedback 😊
Allen Rapadas@arvinallen · Art Director @ NeutriSci International
Looks like something I could use! Any hope for an Android version in the future?
Brian DelaneyMaker@maxmzd · UX / UI Designer + iOS Dev
@arvinallen it's on the radar, but not soon. I'm a solo designer / dev on this project and need to learn Android. I've been looking at Kotlin and getting excited about trying it soon.