The Tencent - "The Receipt Box is a quick app which conducive to develop good habit of tracking spending.It indeed perform well on this one."
• Data can be exported
• Backup and Restore
• Auto Backup to iCloud Drive
• Unnecessary sign up
• Password protection
• Add categories
• Add tags
• Add note
• Automatically locating
• Modify date
• Month or week report
• Custom statistics
• Search function
• Tax calculator
• Change interface color
The app contains an yearly subscription that enjoy the Pro features and support future development.Your payment will be charged to your iTunes account, and your account will be charged for renewal 24 hours prior to the end of current period.Auto-renewal may be turned off at any time by going to your settings in the iTunes Store after purchase.No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during active subscription period.
Bug fixes and performance improvements.
Ratings and Reviews
The app is simple to use. I love that I’m able to enter my own spendings and add tags to it for further organization. I tried MINT which is more complex because you connect you bank account and all that but it wasn’t accurately showing my spendings since I don’t only spend with cards. This app allows you to enter all forms of payment on your own time. Having to remember can be good for muscle memory. It’ll be nice to have a reminder in the app and there very well could be but I don’t find it necessary. Really helps with monitoring my spendings because I can visually see multiple ways where all my money is going.
Straight forward, easy to use, no sign up needed
I like how this app is easy to use and doesn’t require you to sign up or link your bank account. Your purpose in using apps like this is to keep track of your spending ONLY.
Besides, this is more convenient than Excel bc it’s always there in your phone when you wanna view/enter your spending.
What needs to be improved:
-Design of the UI.
-More texts in the pie chart, specifically spending categories. It now only shows texts of a few major ones. I’d like to see all. There are texts below the pie chart but it requires me to scroll down. As a user I’d prefer not to (ease is the key).
Not to mention the texts below don’t tell which color in the chart represents which category.
Plus, I’d prefer to see the text on the pie chart bc it provides better visualization than only numbers.
I never wrote a review on App store. This is my first review. I did this bc I like this app and I hope to see they improve on the said features.
Simple, But Missing Key Features
I really like the interface of this app and the simplicity of it, however, I wish it had a couple more features that still wouldn’t take away from its user-friendliness...
-Custom pay periods: I get paid on Saturdays, so Receipt Box’s automatic Sunday-Saturday week is harder for me to use because it cuts off when I actually get income only one day into my pay period.
-Sortable/Moveable categories: I wish I could sort the order of my categories that way I could keep all bill-related expenses next to eachother and all food, grocery, living expenses together.
Other than that, I really like the app... but those missing features leave me looking for a different receipt/expense tracking app after all.
- Xiao Liu
- 14.8 MB
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Japanese, Korean, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese
- Age Rating
- © 2013 Xiao Liu & Jiuting Li
- In-App Purchases
- Pro Features $5.99
- Pro Features $2.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.