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"Next for iPad is informative without being garish or unnecessarily cartoonish, and it's a great example of how good design can aid functionality." – Federico Viticci, macstories.net

Next for iPad reimagines expense tracking on iPad.
With the iPhone version we changed how you track your expenses on the go. Now, thanks to iCloud sync, you’ll get your expenses on your iPad too.

The innovative zooming interface is perfect to gain a bigger picture of your data.
Start with your yearly data, zoom in to see all of its months and zoom even further to get a daily view of your expenses.

With just a few taps you can add, edit or delete expenses. The elegant interface never gets in your way.

Other features:
• Export your data for Excel/Numbers
• Make a backup via email, AirDrop or iMessage
• Sync via iCloud

Next for iPad works perfectly as a standalone expense tracking app or in combination with the iPhone or Mac versions.

Keep track of your expenses with Next!
• How much did you spend at the local coffee shop?
• Are you spending too much eating out?
• How much did you spend on clothes last month?
• Are you blowing too much on your hobbies?
• The possibilities are endless!

Give it a try today and let us know how Next helped you get control of your expenses.

What’s New

Version 1.9

fixes and improvements for new devices

Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
6 Ratings

6 Ratings

KS, San Diego ,

Not Sure Yet But This may Be Brilliant

I've worked with a lot of financial software, and just when I think I've found the perfect app, I find a major flaw, or it gets too cumbersome, or it's too simple, or it crashes, or something. On a whim I downloaded this app, when they announced automatic sync via icloud. The app is stupid simple. It records expenditures, period, although it organizes them in a pretty useful way. But my immediate reaction was that I couldn't make a budget or even deposit money, and it wouldn't work. Then I thought, maybe this is really all I need. I know what my income is. If I input my recurring bills at the first of the month, and all other spending as it occurs, regardless of what account I pay them from, I will know instantly if I'm on track overall. I don't need a budget and lots of custom categories, and so forth. I can track my net worth somewhere else. So this may be genius...

Jon David Tucker ,

Good Expense Management App, But Needs Some TLC

I really like this app. It's simple, functional and gorgeous. But to get straight down to the point... I'm a little more than confused by how things work.

Adding expenses is easy. There are symbolic icons representing many different categories. Past that point though, I stumped. Maybe it's just me, but it seems a little more complicated than it should be. Just... Everything about it confuses me. Of course, this review reflects my initial experience. I'm sure a little more practice will make things easier.

Deleting things, I found, was a hassle though. Took me several tries to delete items in the years screen. That part needs some tweaking.

Overall, I like this app. I hope it is faithfully maintained and updated by the author.

victorswx ,

Thought it was great...

I thought this app was great, there could be some usability improvements like letting me name categories, view expenses by categories. Also would be useful to be able to add a note when I'm adding the expense. But I give it a 2 star because you have to purchase each app separate for both iPhone and iPad. Really? This is not worth the $3 price tag. So to get it on iPhone and iPad you would pay twice the amount. Also I see iCloud sync advertised, but where do I set it up? Is it automatic?


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11.7 MB

Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPad.


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