See your future account balance with Cashflowy!
Enter your current available balance along with all of your income and expenses and Cashflowy will show your future balance going forward. You will see how your cashflow grows and shrinks over time.
See 6 weeks of your cashflow for free. Cashflowy offers a premium subscription for full access to see past 6 weeks. You can subscribe monthly or annually.
• Subscription is auto-renewable which means that once purchased, it will be automatically renewed —monthly or annually, depending on your selection— until you cancel it 24 hours prior to the end of the current period.
• Your iTunes Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period.
• Manage your Subscription and Auto-Renewal by going to your Account Settings after purchase.
Terms of Service: https://www.bad.digital/cashflowy/terms-of-service-en.html
Bug fixes and other improvements.
Ratings and Reviews
A Few Needed Features
This app is pretty cool. There are not a lot of apps out there that can show daily projected cash balances. I went searching, there are only a few that can do it, and this is one of the best. A few suggestions for future improvements that would make this app exceptional: graphical display of cash balance through time, ability to automatically sync bank account activity, a separate input page that showed all input/projected data with its associated attributes (amount, recurring frequency, dates, etc.), and ability to add an end by date on recurring frequency transactions.
I really enjoy it
I’ve used some other apps that help keep track of my projected account balance because it’s so handy to know how much you can spend looking ahead and not relying on your memory or estimations. This app is unique from others that I’ve used in that I can make the transactions recurring which is so handy so I’m not inputting them over and over for each month. I like being able to mark them as pending so it reflects exactly what my bank account is showing. Yes, it seems a little redundant but we really enjoy seeing how our account grows daily, weekly, monthly and even into the yearly with this app. It lets us know when we can pay down balances on credit cards and put extra money into savings.
One of the few things that would be nice is the ability to set expenses or incomes as “twice monthly” and be able to pick those days (15th and either 30th/31st for those on a salary schedule) as I am only able to enter my spouse’s biweekly income on a recurring schedule. A feature that allowed your different cash flow accounts to “talk” to each other so if one is your savings, you can easily mark it as going into savings and it’ll automatically “move” the money. Having the access to allow another user on the account, like a spouse or significant other, that can enter in transactions would be helpful too.
Overall, I love this app. Slightly addicted to looking at our projected balances and knowing what and when we can spend money.
Great straightforward short-term financial planning app
This app is very thoughtfully designed with just the right features for short-term financial planning.
No invasive sync with my financial institutions via Plaid/etc is needed because the simple interface let’s me easily add recurring transactions for all my predictable expenses like rent/utilities bills and add the amount due on all my credit card bills when the statement balance becomes available, then I can quickly adjust my bank account balance to match reality with one step whenever I need to (without worrying about catching up the ledger on each missing transaction).
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- Brian Delaney
- 39 MB
- Requires iOS 10.2 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 10.2 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 10.2 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip or later.
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- © Brian Delaney
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