MoneyBook App Offers More Bang For Your Buck

Price: $2.99    Score: 8/10    By Michael EssanyMoneyBook

The new MoneyBook budgeting app from Noidentity promises to create a “simple and elegant” way to manage your budget. Ultimately, however, the app achieves even more. Somehow, MoneyBook makes you feel wealthier than you probably are.

With its promised elegant look encasing the tight functionalities and efficient controls, MoneyBook, at least in theory, struck me as an app for the affluent. But you don’t need to be a Rockefeller to enjoy this handy application or, more importantly, put it to use.

Tailored to the iPhone and iPod Touch, MoneyBook provides an easy entry system for expenses that, as promoted, helps you manage a budget. For $2.99, the app provides a classy look and feel that lends an air of sophistication to budget management, no matter how many – or few – zeros adorn your bottom line. Fusing style with substance, MoneyBook doesn’t aim to visually impress while functionally disappoint. In fact, MoneyBook is among the most efficient utility applications to come down the pike in some time.

Additional features include:

  • Track recurring monthly expenses
  • Review progress over the previous months
  • Create, update, and monitor various spending categories
  • Enjoy visually attractive animated statistics
  • Add, edit, review notes about your expenses

While the bulk of money management applications can prove a bit unwieldy, the user-friendliness of MoneyBook is what ultimately puts this new offering ahead of most in its category. When it comes to managing a budget, efficiency is key.

MoneyBook delivers that efficiency in a pretty little package that might possibly leave you feeling even better about your budget and how well it is organized.

MoneyBook requires the iPhone OS 3.0 or later and is compatible with iPhone and iPod Touch.

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One Response to “MoneyBook App Offers More Bang For Your Buck”

  1. Patricia says:

    The problem is, for someone like me who has money coming in at different times of the month, it does not tell you accurately how much is in your account at present, for example, right now I have £101.27 in my account but on such date I will be getting £x amount. So when my recurring out comings take place it will say I’m in red…… What can I do about this?

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