If you are tired of having cash flow problems, the answer may lie in something rather simple, and that's to start tracking your finances. The Personal Finance Pro app for your iPod touch, iPad, and iPhone offers users a way to track loans, debts, expenses, income, and more. The app is made up of multiple programs and gives users the ability to customize it and have it work for their needs. It takes a much more in-depth approach than simply offering you a way to mark down expenses and income.
The Personal Finance PRO app is really about giving users a way to take control of their financial profile, allowing them to save money, spend wisely, and just have a much less stressful experience where money is concerned. The app rolls five different programs into one offering: it allows users to keep track of their expenses and income, performs currency conversion and accounting, is able to plan and forecast based on your information, and is capable of accounting savings and deposits. All of this information of course is extremely technical but it is all presented in a way that stays user-friendly from start to finish. It is made so that you can enter your information with the least amount of time and effort possible.
In the app's most recent update there were only a couple of minor fixes. The app currently scores three out of five stars from users, which is a solid rating however customer comments are mixed. It seems that there is quite a bit of set-up involved in this app and despite its claims to be user-friendly, it is far from it.
Taking a Closer Look
As we take a closer look at the Personal Finance PRO app it becomes obvious that it certainly has a lot of features but the problem is that these features are not always easily understood. What's funny is that the developer actually speaks about the app being incredibly user-friendly but clearly this intention doesn't play out in the app itself. Some of the features you will find in this app include being able to analyze your finances instead of just track them. You can make reports using charts so that you can view all kinds of details about your expenses and spending habits. I do like the graphics that are used throughout the app, as they are rather engaging. It’s just too bad it wasn’t a bit more easy to understand and navigate.