◆ An entirely new approach to visualizing how well you stick to your budget
◆ Know when you spend too fast — avoid running out of money
◆ Perfect for students or anyone else on a strict budget
◆ Ideal for helping you stick to your travel budget
— Will Help You Slow Down Your Spending —
Money Left is the first budgeting app that makes a serious attempt to help you slow down your spending. Is it just too easy to swipe your card and ignore the consequences? Money Left will help you change that behavior! And it will do so in a very intuitive and appealing way.
— Getting Started —
To start using Money Left, you set a spending limit and an end date. And that's it! Now read below what you can expect after that.
— Choose Between Two Alternative Perspectives —
Money Left features two perspectives: the period perspective and the day perspective. Stick with one or use both, switch seamlessly whenever you like. Tap on the coin stack to add an expense, and on the green "time left" bar to manage past expenses.
— The Period Perspective —
Compare the heights of the gold coin stack and the green "days left" bar – immediately see if you're spending too fast. If you need to change your spending limit, tap on the label on top of the coin stack area. If you need to change the period length, tap the label on top of the "days left" bar area.
— The Day Perspective —
Take a "micro approach" to your budget by trying to stick within daily spending limits. By default, each day is assigned an equal part of the total spending limit. But if you want to, you can arrange them differently (by tapping on the label on top of the coin stack area). Didn't you spend all your money yesterday? Great, then add this money to today by tapping the "remaining money" post-it. Or save it for some other day.
— Adding Expenses —
Tap on the coin stack to add an expense. Enter the amount, optionally select a category and hit the accept button. Now see how a corresponding number of coins fly away from the coin stack in an awesome way. Hopefully this will improve your sense of money!
— Past Expenses —
Forgot to add an expense the other day? No problem! Just tap the green time bar, scroll to the correct day and tap to add that expense. Need to change an expense? Tap it and you will be able to edit it. Did you just return that shirt? Swipe the expense entry left or right.
— The Work Behind —
It took about 2000 hours to develop the concept, design, graphics and finally the code for Money Left. A lot of attention has been put into the app's overall experience as well as into its details. All this to maximize your satisfaction and make your experience as great as possible. But, as with everything, there are always things that can be made better. Therefore, you are encouraged to provide feedback to help make Money Left even better!
— Central Features Summary —
▸ Quickly switch between period and day perspectives
▸ Add expenses (today or on some previous day)
▸ Optionally create reusable categories for your expenses
▸ See your past expenses in the form of a scrollable receipt
▸ See your three most recent expenses next to the coin stack
▸ Edit or cancel past expenses
▸ Optionally change the colour that is randomly assigned to new expense categories
▸ Optionally pick a professionally made icon for your expense categories
▸ Clear indication if the spending limit is exceeded
▸ Statistics on how much you have spent in each category
▸ Statistics for both current and previous periods
▸ Export expenses to Excel®, CSV or text files
▸ Choose any currency you like
▸ See your currency symbol ($, ¥, £, €, kr, zł, ...) if supported by your device
▸ Earn a badge if you stick to your spending limit without increasing it
— Advanced Features Summary —
▸ Rearrange your daily spending limits
▸ Money remaining from previous days can be added to today
▸ Overspending from previous days can be compensated by decreasing today's limit
|Money Left - Personal budget made easy|