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Money management really has never been easier than with PocketMoney - checkbook, budgets, expenses, which gives you everything you need to easily and efficiently organize your finances from the comfort and convenience of your iPhone and iPad.The best iPad apps for saving money
I absolutely love the concept behind this app, but the problem I see with it is that since the apparent passing of the main developer, the support and ongoing maintenance appeared to have been greatly neglected.
Giving the competition a run for its money in the Finance category of the App Store is this utility which provides a smart and convenient way of managing your finances on your iOS device, enabling you to track an unlimited number of financial accounts and transactions.The best iPhone apps to calculate loans
With this app at your disposal you’ll be able to easily keep track of your checking accounts, overdraft facility, savings, credit cards, loans, and any other financial accounts you might be maintaining.
PocketMoney - checkbook, budgets, expenses enables you to scan your receipts by using your device’s integrated camera, before importing them and attaching them to your transactions. You can even print your records from within the app thanks to AirPrint support.The best iPad apps for saving money
You’ll also be pleased to know that you can back up your work via email, Wi-Fi transfer, and SyncDocs in .TDF, .CSV, .QIF, and .OFX/.QFX file formats. This can also be achieved via Wi-Fi transfer by using PocketMoney desktop software.
While I think the tone of the above user complaint is a little strong, it does seem as if PocketMoney - checkbook, budgets, expenses for iPhone and iPad is best assumed to have no ongoing support for customers, so if you experience any issues then you might find yourself unable to resolve them.
This leaves me a little undecided about this app because it’s a great financial tool but I don’t see any positivity in its future so for now I think it would be best to at least compare it to other developments before making your final decision.
Mark is an opinionated writer who loves to review apps. In 2012, he started reviewing Apple apps on a regular basis and wonders how he survived up to that point without these apps.