In our Series of Best of 2014 Apps today we are listing top Finance Apps for Android of 2014. Last week we covered best Android Weather Apps. The market for professional money managers isn’t going away anytime soon, but as the mobile industry becomes more sophisticated, apps are starting to handle some of the heavy lifting. We are listing some of the best personal finance tools, perfect for keeping track of your finances. Here are the apps that will change the way you save, shop, bank, invest and more.
Amber Money – Expense Manager:
Laying the Droid green color scheme on thick, view your expenses in a calendar or pie chart. All transactions have to be entered manually, but you can set minders and all data can be backed up to dropbox.
SavedPlus, you can automatically siphon a percentage of every purchase you make into your savings account, IRA, investment account or a prepaid card. The app has been saving the average user about $350 per month since launching in May, according to the company.
Dollarbird – Personal Finance:
A highly visual app, Dollarbird makes it easy to view your expenses by date on a calendar and track where most of your money is going by colour-coded category, for instance, groceries, travel or rent.
Mint.com Personal Finance
Track your money in real-time with this app, which syncs with your bank account. If you’re on a budget, you can set up alerts for when you’ve spent too much. Also offers optional notifications for when bills are paid.
Check, formerly called Pageonce (and in the process of being acquired by Intuit), helps you stay on top of bills and pay them from your mobile device. It’s a simple app that doesn’t offer a ton of features, but it does online bill payment as well as anyone.