Anyone that has an iPhone will know how useful some apps can be. However with the rush of developers trying to get rich quick by making their own apps, quite often you are faced with trying 10 rubbish apps before you find a decent one. Price or number of downloads are not necessary indicators of quality. Below I have listed a couple of finance apps that are worth a download in my opinion. If you have any of your own recommendations please do let us know - We'd love to hear them!iXpenselt
This app helps simplify daily expense tracking and monthly budgeting. You can enter expense data quickly and easily and get detailed reports to help you see where you can save money. Only down side of this app is that is costs £2.99. However there is a lite version available for free so worth a try to see if you like it.
If you are interested in the finance markets then this app is a must. Featuring news, stock quotes, company descriptions, market leaders/laggers price charts and market trends you'll not be disappointed - and all for free.
Another budgeting app that can help track your expenses across multiple accounts. The full version is cheaper than iXpenselt at £1.19. My advice is download the free lite version of both and see which you prefer.
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