We have made it super easy to cancel Monarch: Personal Finance App subscription
at the root to avoid any and all mediums "Monarch Money, Inc." (the developer) uses to bill you.
Now let us get into the crux of this guide.
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A few things to note and do before cancelling:
To cancel your Monarch subscription on PayPal, do the following:
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To delete Monarch from your iPhone, Follow these steps:
I’ve tried several financial apps and this is by far the best and most integrated one. All of my accounts seamlessly connect (although I wish they would update faster). I use the iOS app and the browser version on my iPad. I hope they release an iPad version soon. The UI and product experience is great, although I do wish that they made the “planning” experience feel a bit more intuitive and structured. I found it difficult to understand how to set my budgets and where to compare what my typical spending for each expense type was. Even though that was part of the process it wasn’t immediately apparent how to set things and what they meant. It’s still a better experience than any of the other apps I’ve tried. I really like that I can add my fiancé and that we can both begin to see how our combined financials look like. I like that they show what features they are currently working on and allow users to provide input directly. I look forward to using this app and to see them improve on an already great experience.
I’ve been using this for a few days now and would say it’s a nice alternative to Mint that has more focus on cash flows and categorizing transaction to better understand your monthly income vs expenses, and helps you budget against them. I really like the monthly summary page, in addition to the ability to quickly see category spend and allocate against it. I personally have a bit of an interest in the space and use Mint and Personal Capital currently, in addition to aggregating my accounts via Bank of America and Chase as well. I am always curious to test out different features, and help me understand financial picture including investments and RSUs and such — and this app seems to “just get it”. I am quite impressed in first few days of use and will definitely be shifting more of my focus from Other apps to this.
I don’t think I’ve ever written an App Store review. I just downloaded this software last night and I’m obsessed. I’ve been looking at different budgeting software for about a week now, and before then was always open to it, but nothing ever seemed better than my spreadsheet. Other apps are very invasive and also force you to budget in a way that feels extremely manual. this app allows you to look at your month as a whole, while also having the flexibility to correctly categorize, split, and even hide transactions from your monthly spending reports. This is awesome for splitting restaurant or grocery tabs and omitting your friend’s tab from yours. Onto the design - the app is so intuitive and easy to understand. I opened it up and the Onboarding experience was so simple and delightful that I spent a couple of hours getting everything set up. Navigating the platform is really a delightful experience. The dashboard for your net worth, goals, transactions, etc. is customizable. I also love that they have a “feature request” option on the menu and are open to hearing customers’ feedback. I’ll be purchasing the annual plan shortly. Awesome app!
I usually don’t write reviews, but felt compelled due to how good it was. I started using after getting all of those Facebook ads. I’ve used Mint, YNAB, and more. Yes, it’s not free, but it’s good software and doesn’t have ads. It’s very simple, automated with the ability to set up category rules, and has a progress review where you see where you are in the month versus your budget. They are also experimenting with a forecasting feature. Lastly, you can submit and vote for the features you want. It’s a new software, but that last feature I believe will make this become the type of app it’s users really want. 5 stars.
I was in the somewhat early beta of this app off the wait list and it was pretty stripped down. You could see the vision for a super-clean subscription pfm app, but they weren’t there yet on features. Now… iPad app. Zillow integration for home values, crypto features. Much more transparency around account connection states, which generally work well. I love the monthly lookback feature to see my progress. They have achieved a UI where they can add features without it feeling cluttered, and they’re adding away, generally with high quality stuff. Happily paying the sub.
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