Finance Manager: Written iPhone App Review
Over the years, we’ve used more than our fair share of finance applications for the iPhone. After all, this is one of the primary reasons why we got the device in the first place. With its constant presence in our pocket—and a steady eye on our own finances—we can always be sure to save what we need. For example, we might use today’s app in question Finance Manager by Jeuxterz to get the job done. It offers a simple and easy to access way of controlling, reviewing and micromanaging your income. If that sounds like something you might be in to, then slide on down below the break for our full review! Starting with:
Concept and Functionality
As you might guess from the application’s name, Finance Manager is of course an app designed to manage your money—it’s relatively self descriptive. Primarily, the app does this by letting you log income and expenses. You setup the items as you want them and as they happen (ideally, anyway) and then Finance Manager will have those tallies ready for you at the drop of a hat.
Want to see how much you’ve spent in the month, as well as where it’s all gone? Not a problem! Finance Manager takes all of the data that you give it, and then turns that information into handy charts. They’re fairly simple to ready, quite deep, and overall an effective way to peep at your profits—or lack thereof.
All in all, Finance Manager offers a simple yet sturdy affair that will do exactly what it intends to: It’ll help you track expenses, and it’ll do a damn good job of it, too.
Graphics and Design
Here’s where things begin to get a bit sticky with Finance Manager. You see, we’ve used a ton of finance apps over the years. Literally, almost a hundred. With that in mind, Finance Manager is simply not the best laid out or feature-pumped we’ve ever seen. Finance Manager will not link up with your bank account, nor will it allow for multiple accounts at the beginning. It’s not ideal for tracking debts or invoices, which means it’s really more of a basic expense calculator than anything else. It’s also, simply not the most inspired interface design we’ve ever seen. Then again, as stated before Finance Manager will still get the job done, and its simplicity is often a real boon.
At the end of the day, Finance Manager is still a good way to go if you’re looking for an expense-oriented finance tracker. If you’re looking for something a bit more robust, we suggest you try out one of the more name-brand free applications. But no matter how you slice it, the free price tag associated with Finance Manager cannot hurt.
Finance Manager requires iOS 6.0 or later and is compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5. A small expedite fee was paid to speed up the publication of this review.
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