Your mobile phone can be a handy helper for managing your money.
We found apps that make it easy to track your spending, check on your stocks or even figure out how much to tip your server when dining out.
Here are some personal finance apps suggestions worth a closer look. Try some out and let us know what you think. Android Market and other places you can find apps for your Sprint phones have plenty of other choices. Tell everybody which ones you like.
“Toshl Expense Tracker mobile expense tracker with syncing capabilities to their website Toshl.com. The free version allows you to track all kinds of expenses, these expenses are itemized as Tags. Multiple currency types available. You can also see an expense breakdown by time. The key features of this app come with the Pro addition online; which allows export of data to Excel, Adobe PDF, Google Docs, plus offers deeper reporting capabilities,” according to AndroidTapp.com
“EasyMoney is a personal finance app that combines an expense tracker, a checkbook register, a budget manager & a bills reminder. Features include: multi-currency support, capture photos of bills/receipts, graphical reports, security & widget!,” according to Androlib.com
Did you enjoy your meal? How was the service? With this app you can calculate a standard 15% tip or take money back if your dining experience wasn’t exactly worth raving about.
According to Cyrket.com, the app includes optional deductions for such unfortunate events as “bringing you the wrong meal, taking a long time to get drinks, dirty utensils or finding a hair in your food!”
“Finance for Android brings you streaming real-time quotes in this stock quote and portfolio application. It synchronizes with your Google Finance portfolios, allows quick access to charts and lets you view the latest market and company news,” according to Androlib.com.