Guilt - Expense Manager

Guilt - Expense Manager


★ Featured on Android Central, Android Police, Appstorm, TechSplurge, Programming4.us
★ "Guilt will definitely fill a need for people that just want a basic way to track purchases and give another perspective on where the money is headed every month." - Android Central
★ "The vision and concept behind Guilt are remarkable and let you have a better vision on how essential your expenses are." - Appstorm.net


With Guilt you can keep an eye on your Expenses and Finance in simple and funny way!

With a simple and colorful design, Guilt is perfect to all those who want to keep a track of how much money they spent and where they spent it, even the ones who don't like expense managers.

Unlike other expense managers on the market, Guilt uses a "twist" to help you keep an habit of writing down your expenses: instead of adding your expense with boring categories, add your expense by the Guilt that the expense makes you feel.
After writing down your expenses, you can see how you're spending your money during the Week, Month and Year.
Guilt is also optimized for Phones, 7" Tablets and 10" Tablets, like the Nexus 7 and Nexus 10.
You can start using the free version and after you decide to buy the Full App (thanks for that) export and import your expenses. The Paid version also brings Multi-device sync through Dropbox.

Manage your money and see if you are Guilty of spending it where you shouldn't!

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What does the full version bring you that the free version doesn't?
- Ads removed
- Ability to choose a different Currency and Date Format other than the System Default
- Custom Currency
- Startup Passcode
- Expense Summaries by Week, Month & Year and the ability to see this info from another time frame
- Ability to choose a different Date when you create and edit an Expense
- Dropbox Sync (which enables multi-device sync)
- Widgets (Homescreen and Lockscreen)

Recent changes:
NEW:
Navigation Drawer
New Icon

PREVIOUSLY:
Custom Currency
Startup Passcode Protection
Performance improvements
Added Feedback link
French Translation
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$2.03
90
4.5
User ratings
22
Installs
100+
Concerns
0
File size
799 kb
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About Guilt - Expense Manager
★ Featured on Android Central, Android Police, Appstorm, TechSplurge, Programming4.us
★ "Guilt will definitely fill a need for people that just want a basic way to track purchases and give another perspective on where the money is headed every month." - Android Central
★ "The vision and concept behind Guilt are remarkable and let you have a better vision on how essential your expenses are." - Appstorm.net


With Guilt you can keep an eye on your Expenses and Finance in simple and funny way!

With a simple and colorful design, Guilt is perfect to all those who want to keep a track of how much money they spent and where they spent it, even the ones who don't like expense managers.

Unlike other expense managers on the market, Guilt uses a "twist" to help you keep an habit of writing down your expenses: instead of adding your expense with boring categories, add your expense by the Guilt that the expense makes you feel.
After writing down your expenses, you can see how you're spending your money during the Week, Month and Year.
Guilt is also optimized for Phones, 7" Tablets and 10" Tablets, like the Nexus 7 and Nexus 10.
You can start using the free version and after you decide to buy the Full App (thanks for that) export and import your expenses. The Paid version also brings Multi-device sync through Dropbox.

Manage your money and see if you are Guilty of spending it where you shouldn't!

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What does the full version bring you that the free version doesn't?
- Ads removed
- Ability to choose a different Currency and Date Format other than the System Default
- Custom Currency
- Startup Passcode
- Expense Summaries by Week, Month & Year and the ability to see this info from another time frame
- Ability to choose a different Date when you create and edit an Expense
- Dropbox Sync (which enables multi-device sync)
- Widgets (Homescreen and Lockscreen)

Recent changes:
NEW:
Navigation Drawer
New Icon

PREVIOUSLY:
Custom Currency
Startup Passcode Protection
Performance improvements
Added Feedback link
French Translation

User reviews of Guilt - Expense Manager
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jun 23, 2014
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A Google User
Mar 2, 2014
Useful, but lots of quirks This would be a useful app if you could have a drop down expense summary for each item within a category and if the functionality of the looking back on past monthly summaries actually worked (on the paid version). If I had know these two features didn't work I'm not sure I would have bought this app. It is a fun concept but seems like an abandoned student project.
A Google User
Oct 30, 2013
Improvements When I bought the app I expected the Dropbox sync to be done automatically and to be able to edit the file from my computer to add expenses directly from it when I am at home without needing to take the phone. I could still return it and get a refund but I am going to support this app expecting that the dev's add this feature in the near future. Besides from that, the app is perfectly functional and looks elegant.
A Google User
Jul 28, 2013
Improvements When I bought the app I expected the Dropbox sync to be done automatically and to be able to edit the file from my computer to add expenses directly from it when I am at home without needing to take the phone. I could still return it and get a refund but I am going to support this app expecting that the dev's add this feature in the near future. Besides from that, the app is perfectly functional and looks elegant.
A Google User
Jul 18, 2013
Great little app The concept driving this app is great, and actually relevant. It really makes you conscious of your spending in terms of how necessary your purchases are. However, the app itself is extremely simplistic - which may not be a bad thing for some people. A nice addition to have would be a quick drop down list showing the exact purchases under each level of 'guilt' in the weekly and monthly breakdown pages whenever a certain colour of 'guilt' is tapped.