TrackMySPEND

TrackMySPEND


Track your personal expenses on the go with this easy-to-use app from MoneySmart. TrackMySPEND gives you a clear picture of what you are spending your money on.

THE APP ALLOWS YOU TO:
- Set a realistic spending limit and stick to it
- Track spending by categories
- Separate 'needs' and 'wants' to help identify opportunities to save

FEATURES:
- Tracking bar to monitor spending against budget
- Create 'favourites' for frequent expenses
- View your expense history
- Free backup to prevent loss of data
- Export data to CSV (Excel, etc)
- Sync and use interchangeably on multiple devices

We value your feedback – please send comments and suggestions using the Feedback/ Comments functionality within the app.

NOTE Samsung Galaxy 4 users: The new Galaxy 4 keyboard does not allow for characters such as decimal point, and negative amounts in numeric fields. To access the full functionality of this app, please download Google Keyboard (free).

Want more? MoneySmart has more calculators and online tools at www.moneysmart.gov.au

WHO IS BEHIND MONEYSMART?
MoneySmart is run by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC), an Australian Government agency. The website offers free, independent guidance to help you make the most of your money. It is put together by an experienced team of financial planners and consumer educators.

Recent changes:
What's New in Version 1.1.1

Bug fixes:

- Export functionality that was broken in 1.1.0 is now fixed
- Slow response time for creating an expense is now fixed
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3.6
User ratings
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Installs
50,000+
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File size
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About TrackMySPEND
Track your personal expenses on the go with this easy-to-use app from MoneySmart. TrackMySPEND gives you a clear picture of what you are spending your money on.

THE APP ALLOWS YOU TO:
- Set a realistic spending limit and stick to it
- Track spending by categories
- Separate 'needs' and 'wants' to help identify opportunities to save

FEATURES:
- Tracking bar to monitor spending against budget
- Create 'favourites' for frequent expenses
- View your expense history
- Free backup to prevent loss of data
- Export data to CSV (Excel, etc)
- Sync and use interchangeably on multiple devices

We value your feedback – please send comments and suggestions using the Feedback/ Comments functionality within the app.

NOTE Samsung Galaxy 4 users: The new Galaxy 4 keyboard does not allow for characters such as decimal point, and negative amounts in numeric fields. To access the full functionality of this app, please download Google Keyboard (free).

Want more? MoneySmart has more calculators and online tools at www.moneysmart.gov.au

WHO IS BEHIND MONEYSMART?
MoneySmart is run by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC), an Australian Government agency. The website offers free, independent guidance to help you make the most of your money. It is put together by an experienced team of financial planners and consumer educators.

Recent changes:
What's New in Version 1.1.1

Bug fixes:

- Export functionality that was broken in 1.1.0 is now fixed
- Slow response time for creating an expense is now fixed

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A Google User
Mar 28, 2015
Used to be better Still wont export.... fix your s $%t
A Google User
Mar 25, 2015
Can only enter amounts in full dollars, but no cents! Nice, but can't enter amounts with decimal points! This would be fine in Indonesia or Thailand or Taiwan, but not good for Australia where many expenses involve cents as well as dollars.
A Google User
Mar 17, 2015
Export function Still does not work for Android and also does not add data to by budget planner. When I try to send feedback and error message about email settings on my phone appears. Same problem others have described. One star until you fix it!
A Google User
Mar 3, 2015
TrackMySpend
A Google User
Mar 1, 2015
Okay Great app but the aesthetic of the interface could look a lot better
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