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Debt Down Review

Debt Down Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Debt Down manages debts and helps iOS users pay them off by utilizing the debt-snowball method, budgets, and expense tracking.

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Receipts by Wave Review

Receipts by Wave Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
A free professional small business app that makes it possible for users to track and categorize all of their receipts effortlessly.

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iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
An expense tracking app with a beautiful UI, but its simplicity may be holding it back.

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Toshl Finance Review

Toshl Finance Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Toshl Finance is a money tracker and budgeting tool. Be prepared to pay for all of the nice features, though.

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Bankr Personal Finance Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Bankr Personal Finance lets users effortlessly keep track of finances, and the new Siri integration makes it possible to update transactions on-the-go.

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iBank for iPad Review

iBank for iPad Review

iPad Only App - Designed for the iPad
iBank for iPad is a powerful budgeting/billing app with a well-designed interface.

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As we move closer to the mythical digital wallet, credit card companies are working overtime to come up with ways to allow users easy access to their accounts via their phone. Visa is now jumping into the fray with their Akimbo Card, letting cardholders transfer money to and from their accounts digitally, as well as instantly sending money to friends and loved ones via email, Facebook or text message. Suddenly spending money just got a whole lot simpler.

In addition to its other functions, Visa is touting Akimbo as a safe spending option when shopping online or traveling abroad. The idea is that instead of carrying your bank debit card or connecting various online vendors to your checking account, you instead load up your Akimbo card and use that for your shopping. That way, if the card’s lost or stolen there’s no way for someone to access your actual bank accounts, and your money stays safe. For some this seems like a hassle and an unhelpful extra step, but for those who are extra-sensitive about identity theft or fraud it may be a bit of a comfort.

Sadly we don’t have a release date for the Akimbo app yet, but those interested in the service can head over to the Akimbo website and apply for a card right now.

Pageonce Pro – Money and Bills

Pageonce Pro – Money and Bills

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
If you're down with its asking price, Pageonce Pro is an app which organizes and tracks your hard-earned green and belly-aching bills. It allows users to see their bank account information, credit cards, bills and investments, collectively, all on one screen. It further allows you to control your money, bill-paying, etc. and sends you real-time alerts/reminders regarding any/all of your accounts.

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AppBox Pro

AppBox Pro

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
AppBox Pro is a dollar store shoppers paradise. Sure, dollar store toilet paper is quite rough, but it is oh so handy.

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PocketMoney

PocketMoney

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
I think everyone can use some budgeting help in economic times like these. I used Balance for a long time, but I needed something more complex. PocketMoney was that solution.

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Mint.com

Mint.com

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
As an experience online finance management often leaves consumers with a bad taste in their mouths. Mint.com claims to freshen that experience with an all-in-one, easy to use web interface that combines bank accounts, budget, credit and investments. Could their new iPhone application be just what you're looking for to simplify your mobile finances?

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The new year just recently passed, it’s only been a few weeks, but you might find yourself faltering a little on your new years resolutions. Now is the time to re-commit to your resolutions, before it’s too late. And maybe the iPhone can help.

Some of the most common resolutions have to do with health, money, and organization. Three things that the iPhone can help you track and organize. We’re going to share some of the best applications for this, hoping to help you stick to those resolutions.

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iSpend

iSpend

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
iSpend can seem pretty bare bones at first, but you dig a little deeper and what you find is an app that can track expenses and export them to Google Docs or even e-mail them as comma delimited files. You can create templates, each with their own custom categories, and the interface is well designed and intuitive, usually only requiring a few taps to complete most tasks.

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