Top iOS, Android, Windows Phone money saving and finance apps

Top iOS, Android, Windows Phone money saving and finance apps

Summary: Christmas is over and done with, but many of us are left with the bill. What apps are on the market to help you ration your expenses?


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  • Mint

    Name: Mint


    PlatformiOS | Android | Windows Phone

    Price: $Free

    Mint is a popular way of tracking your money. The secure app can be used to log your bank accounts, credit and loan accounts -- as well as retirement funds -- and automatically categorizes your transactions for you. Graphs are then produced to show you what your money is being spent on, and if you need to improve your budgeting skills, you can use Mint to stay on top of your finances.


  • Skyscanner

    Name: Skyscanner

    Developer: Skyscanner

    PlatformiOS | Android | Windows Phone

    Price: $Free

    Skyscanner is another option for cheap travel deals. The app pulls in flights from different providers, and lists each airline and its rates. You can then buy the tickets directly from the airline. 


  • iXpenseIt

    Name: iXpenseIt

    Developer: FYI Mobileware

    PlatformiOS | Android | 

    Price: $4.99

    iXpenseIt is an essential productivity app not only for budget watchers,  but also for business users. Able to be secured via password and backed up over the Web, the application can be used for daily expense tracking and monthly budgets -- useful if you need to log costs in order to claim expenses. The app can also be used to set reminders for upcoming bills, currency conversion, and printing via .PDF conversion. 

Topics: Apps, Mobility, Smartphones, Tablets

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  • thanks for including windows phone

    Most of the apps here are available on the platform and hopefully the others should join in soon. A lot of people don't like Apple or Google related products for them there's windows phone.
  • iOS and Android

    I don't use anything that only writes for iOS and Android.
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  • Long Term Saving

    I'm also concerned about long-term saving, like credit debt and student loans. I'm using Credit Sesame to manage and optimize these aspects of my finances. Very satisfied, especially because it's free.