Get Money Monitor now, the most comprehensive personal finance management application!
You can track and organize all your transactions, accounts, budgets, bills, cash flow and payees in Money Monitor by easy operation but with powerful functions.
Money Monitor is your right choice if you want to track and control your expense and pay bills on time, it will keep all your finance at a glance, show you clearly that where the money comes from and goes. A must have app for personal budgets or business use.
⁃ Quick add income, expense or transfer transactions with or without recurring.
⁃ Edit picture, account, budget, category and payee and note for each transaction.
⁃ Mark transaction as cleared or not.
⁃ Eight default types of account and your can custom your own.
⁃ Track transactions of each account.
⁃ Show expense, income and balance amount of all your accounts.
⁃ Show expense, income and balance amount of each account.
⁃ Transfer amount from one account to another.
⁃ Customize Category and subcategory.
⁃ 10+ icons for categories and 40+ icons for subcategories.
⁃ Show total expense and income of all categories.
⁃ Show total expense and income of each category.
⁃ Create unlimited income or expense budgets with or without cycles.
⁃ Set budget name, amount, type, category, date range etc.
⁃ Rollover budget amount to next cycled budget.
⁃ Transfer available budget amount to another budget.
⁃ Track transactions of each budget.
⁃ Time marker to show the status of current date at each budget.
⁃ Show statistics info of total amount, already used and available amount of each budget.
⁃ Track both income or expense bills both repeat and not.
⁃ Custom remind time, date and sound of each bill, and snooze bills reminder.
⁃ Mark payment to bills in full or in part
⁃ Calendar overview of bills.
⁃ Mark bills as Auto Pay or not.
⁃ Mark payment to bills in full or partially.
⁃ Add note to each payment for the bills.
⁃ Search transactions.
⁃ Passcode protection.
⁃ Supports Touch ID as passcode.
⁃ World-wide currency.
⁃ Set your own week start day.
⁃ Powerful reports by pie chart to show visually all parts of your finance.
⁃ Custom unlimited reminders with any content.
⁃ Badge to show number of overdue unpaid bills and the bills which remind date are due.
⁃ Export data by email in form of CSV, HTML or PDF.
⁃ Supports AirPrint.
⁃ Support import data from free version.
⁃ Supports WiFi backup & restore.
⁃ Supports iCloud backup & restore.
⁃ Supports Dropbox backup and restore.
If you have any question or suggestion, please send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Minor bugs fixed.
Ratings and Reviews
Good but could be a lot better with small adjustments
First, the icons are limited, it would be much better if the developers get a little more creative and increase their icon collection
Second, the reports can be MUCH better, it would be fabulous to have bar charts or line graphs instead of just pie charts. The reports are not that useful in showing trends
Third, it would be great if the icloud synch happened automatically, because say for example you go to the store and you write down an expense, then you go home and hours later you add something in your ipad, these will not be synched unless you save a backup after the store and then restore it on your ipad and then add the new expense, this can lead to serious problems if you forget to backup
Fourth, excel options would be great, to be able to export onto excel
Seriously, i'm willing to pay for upgrades, but they have to improve this app
It Didn’t Replace My Quicken
I’ve tried dozens of apps and programs all over a lifetime using financial software on desktops, laptops, cellphones and tablets. If you’re a low transaction volume person, Money Monitor is probably ok for you. Requires you to manually enter ALL transactions though. If you’re anal about capturing everything, you’ll spend almost as much time reconciling and correcting as you do entering transactions. Attaching photos to transactions is an excellent feature, and a must have for any app. The Money Monitor design appears more for a cell phone than a tablet. As for Quicken comparison, secure connection and download from banks, credit cards, stock investment accounts, etc. gives Quicken a notch up, not to mention split transaction capability, better reporting, tagging, income tax interface, and volume editing transactions. Quicken is far more flexible and forgiving. On the bright side for Money Monitor, it’s probably the best app that is fully functional on a cell phone, though not sophisticated enough for more demanding users, especially on a tablet.
I have been using this app for quite a few years, I have to say it is essential to my daily life, it is exactly what I need to track and manage my personal finance, I would highly recommend it to anyone who wants to be financially responsible, control and track their spending. I found budgeting feature is also very useful and exactly what I want that help me to stay within my means.
I know there is bigger fish like “mint” out there, but I registered mint and never use it extensively as this one, not only because I am not completely comfortable to give out all my financial credentials but also Personally I like to input my every single expense so that I know and think again about it, rather than an autopilot who just writes down transactions that I may never check again.
There are minor bugs though, such as when I delete a transaction sometimes causes app crash and I have to reopen it, but the delete action has been registered, which could be easily fixed in my opinion.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.