We have made it super easy to cancel Expenses OK - expenses tracker subscription
at the root to avoid any and all mediums "Mobion" (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:
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Expenses OK - the fastest way to track your expenses. The features of the app: - expenses - the handy widget - subcategories - pie diagram - synchronisation - password - Face ID and Touch ID - export to CSV - backups
This app makes tracking my expenses so easy and simple. Since I almost always have my phone on me, i can instantly enter expenses as it happens so i don't forget - it's just a really quick entry. You can add expense categories and associate an icon to it as you wish. The charts available is also very helpful in tracking where my money goes and what i spend most on. It just got updated and it can now export to csv format which is great. One thing i miss though is a complete detailed view of my daily spending for the month. The chart groups your expenses into categories but you need to tap into each of the categories to see the individual entries, so i can't easily check my spending from a certain date for example. I can't even check what i spend on two days ago. It keeps individual entries for today and yesterday only. But other than that i think this is a very handy app totally worth getting if you are looking for a simple way to track your money.
I've tried a couple different apps that help me keep track of my spending habits, and this one seems to work best for me. It offers enough detail where I can easily and quickly see what I'm spending my money on, but not so much detail where the user would get exhausted and stop caring about expense tracking (which has happened to me with other expense apps). I can create and customize my categories, and I really like that you can lump several categories into one folder. (An example would be having a separate category for power, water, gas, and internet, then using the folder option to group all of these into one category). The pie chart will show you a slice representing that folder in total. then if you click on the folder you can see a separate pie chart for just that folders subcategories, i.e. all of your utilities broken down. Overall simple, easy, useful app!
I’ve become hooked on this little app. Tracking expenses is my greatest need. Not income (look at the sister app ‘Income OK’ for that, and not budgeting. Categories are customizable which I love. Could use a few more icons but what is supplied covers all the major bases. I was scanning all my receipts and saving/entering them into another app. This is so much easier since I don’t need a picture of an actual receipt. In the ‘notes’ section I can add as much detailed info as I like. The ‘reports’ section gives a sobering overview of exactly where my money is going each month—each category is reflected as a percentage against total spending. I can target exactly where I need to make adjustments. This new update brings something that was missing: iCloud sync. Now, if I could just have an iPad version … !
By Adrian & Rebecca
I use this app to keep track of cash expenses, as I live in a foreign country and most good personal financial management apps don't support multiple currencies. This is elegant and simple; I love it because it almost hits the perfect mark for fewest taps necessary. I would buy the paid version in an instant except for the fact that the widget (which I use a lot) is a little annoying with regard to selecting categories. Only 4 categories appear in the widget, and the only way to select other ones is to tap through 4 at a time. If the developers made the widget larger to include more categories in each screen, or made the font and icon smaller to accommodate more categories (I think 8 or 10 per screen would be ideal), that would be perfect. Grateful for this free app!
Keeping track of expenses is so much easier with a visual console, quick entry times, an automatic basic summary shown how much of the pie goes where. It's basic and very functional. All I can ask for more is to add (1) calculator function within to not have to switch apps (lazy, I know) (2) customizable ordering rules for the icons representing expense types and (3) more kinds of stats about expenses, like average days between purchases, frequencies, 80/20 breakdowns, etc - those are my top picks for new additions, and this is by far already the easiest and most functional expenses app I've found yet. 3 months of data now is showing interesting trends. Highly recommend!
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