Finance Apps

Do you want to improve your financial wellbeing? Get one of these smartphone apps to support you in managing your finances:

1. MoneyBrilliant

MoneyBrilliant provides the tools to help you make better decisions about your money. It is like a personal financial assistant that never stops working for you. Don’t just be good with money, beMoneyBrilliant


2. Raiz Invest

Committed to building the best possible product that starts with a world-class team of software engineers, designers, mathematicians, financial experts, and marketers. With Raiz, you can invest spare change automatically.


3. Daily Budget Original

Unlike traditional complicated budgeting apps, Daily Budget Original focuses on being simple, easy and actually fun to use. Daily Budget turns saving into a game by calculating your everyday "allowance" and rewarding you for sticking to it.


4. BobbyApp

Bobby is the easiest way to get insights in your fixed costs. Manage your subscriptions and get notified when a bill is due. Adding subscriptions is easy, choose from hundreds of existing subscriptions or create your own custom subscriptions.


5. Mint

Mint is a free budgeting app that syncs with Apple and Android. Once you connect the app to your bank account your personal finance overview will be ready within minutes. Benefits include a free credit score, simple categorisation, high-security software, easy budgeting, alerts and advice and investment tracking. 

6. PocketGuard

PocketGuard enables you to connect with your bank, access your transactions directly and gain a simple overview of your money and transactions. The benefits include: bank-level security, easy usage and simple categorisation.

7. Home Budget

HomeBudget enables you to sync your personal budget between all your devices. One can share budgeting ideas and measurements within the family/household. Everyone can access the same screen from any device. This app is very hands on and allows a lot of manual manipulation. 

8. Wally

Wally is a free budgeting app that works as a beautiful expense tracker. The app’s simple structure and clear overview give you an idea of your finances, bills and expenses. Notifications remind you of bills that are due or when you hit a savings goal.

9. Pocketbook

This free budgeting app was nominated by Choice Magazine, and Cnet as one of the best budgeting apps in 2016. Syncing the app to your bank will provide you with benefits that include: overview and organisation of your expenses, support with your annual tax return and calculation of your tax and pay, which is backed by official ATO tables and rules.


10. Level money

This app helps you get in control of your personal finances. It estimates upcoming costs and provides you with information on how much money you can spend today, this week and this month. Its calculations are based on your income and regular expenses, such as rent or petrol. This app syncs with most major banks.


11. TrackMySPEND

Use TrackMySPEND to get a clear picture of your purchasing habits and gain control of your money.

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