GnuCash

GnuCash


GnuCash is a mobile finance expense tracker application for Android.

It is a companion application for GnuCash for the desktop and enables flexible tracking of expenses on-the-go which can be exported to QIF or OFX formats.

The following features are currently supported:
- Create multiple accounts and transactions
- Import your GnuCash (desktop) accounts and transactions.
- Double-entry accounting with multiple-splits support
- Nested account hierarchy
- Homescreen widget for quick access to your accounts
- Export your transactions in QIF or OFX format
- Save your transactions to Google Drive, Dropbox, OneDrive etc

*NOTE* that the app does not offer full compatibility with GnuCash for the desktop. You cannot synchronize between the desktop app and this one. But you can import your accounts and transactions (only) from GnuCash XML files.

Recent changes:
Version 1.5.5
Fixed: QIF not exported when using single-entry transactions
Fixed: Passcode screen can be by-passed using SwipeBack
Fixed: Crash when changing the account name

New since version 1.5.0
- Select default currency upon first run of application
- Creating account hierarchy uses the user currency preference
- Support for reading compressed GnuCash XML files.
- Set a passcode lock to restrict access to the application
- Export a separate QIF file for each currency in use
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Free
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4.1
User ratings
1274
Installs
50,000+
Concerns
0
File size
1208 kb
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About GnuCash
GnuCash is a mobile finance expense tracker application for Android.

It is a companion application for GnuCash for the desktop and enables flexible tracking of expenses on-the-go which can be exported to QIF or OFX formats.

The following features are currently supported:
- Create multiple accounts and transactions
- Import your GnuCash (desktop) accounts and transactions.
- Double-entry accounting with multiple-splits support
- Nested account hierarchy
- Homescreen widget for quick access to your accounts
- Export your transactions in QIF or OFX format
- Save your transactions to Google Drive, Dropbox, OneDrive etc

*NOTE* that the app does not offer full compatibility with GnuCash for the desktop. You cannot synchronize between the desktop app and this one. But you can import your accounts and transactions (only) from GnuCash XML files.

Recent changes:
Version 1.5.5
Fixed: QIF not exported when using single-entry transactions
Fixed: Passcode screen can be by-passed using SwipeBack
Fixed: Crash when changing the account name

New since version 1.5.0
- Select default currency upon first run of application
- Creating account hierarchy uses the user currency preference
- Support for reading compressed GnuCash XML files.
- Set a passcode lock to restrict access to the application
- Export a separate QIF file for each currency in use

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
May 9, 2015
No sync It can't sync across devices. That's a basic feature for mobile computing.
A Google User
May 9, 2015
Track your money This app is great for those young adults, both fresh grads and mid-career professionals.
A Google User
May 8, 2015
Wanted application Good application, but add multi currency transfer support, without this support this application is not useful for the people who are working in other countries. Thanks for the developers.
A Google User
May 5, 2015
Best double entry app but needs more Brings a lot of the great features from the desktop version of gnucash. But it lacks a lot of features. There is no option to save and open different databases without going through settings and importing and exporting. There is no report feature. And of course, no syncing with the desktop app. I think this is great for personal use but not anything else.
A Google User
Apr 29, 2015
Good companion to PC app Easy and convenient, remembers things to speed up entry. Just one serious annoyance during my use: if the export fails (e.g. I don’t finish the Share file dialog for some reason), the new transactions are nevertheless marked as exported and there is no way to try exporting them again.
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