Top 8 Finance Apps Android

A look at some of the best finance apps around for Android devices, both for personal use and business use.

We all know that having a good idea about where our money is and where our money is going is of the utmost importance these days. Fortunately, with the advances in the kind of features offered to bank customers, and the ability to monitor and carry out transactions on the fly, it’s now easier than ever to grasp full control of your finances. One way that people are doing this is through mobile apps: not just those that will give you an updated look at your various bank balances, but also those that keep an eye on your bills. The modern life has so much to keep an eye on when it comes to bills, so there are a whole host of apps out there that look to aid you in this area. Apps like BillGuard or Budget Boss for example will track your finances and let you know exactly how much you can expect to pay, or how much you have left over for certain luxuries. Given the fact that the late payment of bills these days whether they are for your cellphone or electricity can incur annoying penalties, these Android apps can really save you money in the process!

8. Google Wallet (Free)

I suppose the best place to start if we are considering Android devices is Google’s very own finance app, Google Wallet. This app has a nice slick navigation of the kind we’re now used to seeing from Google, and basically provides you with all kinds of tools to manage and send your money to anyone in the US. All you need is a valid email address and it’s done! The app also allows you to track your online orders, view your online purchases across a range of different websites, and basically provides you with a virtual wallet that you can access at will with their free Google Wallet Card. It’s safe to say that this is the future of spending when placed alongside Apple’s own Pay service, both when online and in stores!  – Download from Google Play

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7. BillGuard (Free)

BillGuard is one I mentioned above and is, in retrospect, less an app that keeps you on top of the payment of your various bills than it is something that will offer you more security – as the name no doubt suggests! With BillGuard, you can easily track your spending and protect your various credit cards and accounts from things like fraud. You can view balances across your cards, get notifications on the movement of money, view recurring charges and just basically see anything that seems suspicious immediately, then react accordingly. It’s a very useful tool when it comes to protecting your money. – Download from Google Play

6. Manilla (Free)

Manilla is another nice app, and one with an emphasis on keeping on top of your latest bills – no matter which category these fall under! You can also use the app to store your various financial documents for safe keeping, should you lose the physical copy and need it for something in the future. And if you’re looking for an app to handle any reward system or program you are currently part of with your bank or credit card, then this app does that too. – Download from Google Play

5. Venmo (Free)

Venmo is one that I wasn’t exactly aware of until recently, but it’s quite similar to an existing app that I have used before called Square Cash. Like that app, it has a nice, familiar Facebook-style interface that users will immediately feel at home with. You can send funds to your friends and those among your social contacts over a strong encryption that will secure each movement of money. – Download from Google Play

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4. You Need a Budget (Free)

You Need a Budget or YNAB boasts one of the largest active financial communities out there when it comes to a personal finance app, and it’s easy to see why! While the app excels as a piece of software and service that allows you to plan out and stick to a budget for your household or your business, it’s also a great area for learning more about finances. With the app, you also get financial literacy classes, tutorials to help save money, tips and tricks and a whole lot more! The app will also put you in contact with a whole host of users from around the world, many of whom may be in a similar situation to yourself when it comes to trying to save money and budget your finances. – Download from Google Play

3. PayPal (Free)

I suppose that a list such as this one wouldn’t be quite complete without at least a small mention of the hugely popular service known as PayPal and their official app. Actually, there are now multiple PayPal apps and services for mobile users, including the incredible PayPal Here that gives you the option to accept payments from cards on your mobile device with a small piece of hardware. The general PayPal app allows you to access your balance and make virtual transcations, sending or withdrawing funds at the tap of a button. You can also use it in stores and restaurants as an alternate means of payment – anywhere that accepts it! The app also allows you to snap a photo of a check to send that money to your account instantly, which saves queuing up at the bank during rush hour! – Download from Google Play

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2. Mint (Free)

Mint.com stands out as one of the premier financial services these days, and their website has everything you could ever need for managing your money. Their mobile app for Android is similarly effective and efficient, offering all the featuees of the website but on your smartphone or tablet, wih a slick interface for easy navigation. For users of the website, there is also a desktop app available that accompanies this one as yet another way to access your Mint finances all at the tap of the button. The advanced syncing means that any changes made will be immediately reflected across your accounts, since the whole thing is updated in real time. You can view your transactions by category, set up alerts and push notifications on bills, and much more. The Mint app is certainly one of the more comprehensive finance apps out there for mobile devices today. – Download from Google Play

1. Level Money (Free)

Level Money is a relative newcomer to the world of personal finance apps but has immediately impressed us with its innovation and of course its beautifully designed interface! I’ve always been a sucker for this kind of aesthetic, and Level Money probably outdoes Mint on that front. Obviously, it is a long way from the kind of comprehensive control over your finances that Mint offers, but it offers a huge amount of promise and is the one app I’d point people towards who are  looking for a basic away to track their finances. The app also has an empshasis on daily cash flow, so is ideal for those who are looking to keep an eye on their money in the short term rather than the long term. – Download from Google Play

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