Posts Tagged ‘budget’

Easily Keep Your Spending in Check with My Budgeter

Tweet  Price: Free Rating: My Budgeter iPhone App Review by Whether you’re a young kid in school, a recent college graduate, or seasoned adult, you can never be too careful about how much you spend. You work hard for the money you earn, and you should work even harder to keep it from burning […]


Back in Black: Our Favorite Budget App Comes Back for More

TweetPrice: $3.99 Back in Black: iPhone App Written and Video Review In the past, we’ve had a few opportunities here at The iPhone App Review to take a look at Fission Media Group’s Back in Black. The app is above and away our favorite way to take an hands on approach to your finances on […]


Back in Black Offers Cut-And-Dry Financial Assistance

TweetPrice: $1.99 Back in Black: iPhone App Written Review Back in August we took a look at a little finance application called Back in Black, by the Fission Media Group. We spent an entire review raving about the app’s sleek interface, smooth functionality, and unbelievable daily assistance. Since then, we’re happy to announce, the app […]


Stay on Budget With LohasMoney

TweetPrice: $2.99     Score: 9/10     By M. Schusterman There are simple budget organization apps, and there are those which require a bit of an investment, with more features as a reward. LohasMoney is the latter. Designed by InfoMind, this app is a complete system for recording payments, income, bills and pretty much […]


Take Time to Track Your Spending with Toshl

TweetPrice: Free     Score: 8/10     By A. Papachristos No matter where you go, you will find hundreds of people pinching their pennies in hope of sparing themselves from the upheaval of this economic downturn.  It seems the only way to keep money in your pocket is to count every dime that graces […]


Track and Graph Your Budget with aFinance

TweetPrice: $2.99   Score: 9/10   By Michelle Schusterman Budgeting and finance apps are something I enjoy playing with but rarely end up using. Usually the time it takes to enter all of my expenses and organize them isn’t enough to convince me to embrace the benefits the app has to offer. However, I’m giving aFinance a […]

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