What are the go-to apps for personal finance?📱


If you like the sound to that, you would love these apps. Tracking your finances, sticking to a budget, saving for a rainy day and handling investments can all be done from the tip of your finger

1. Mint

Mint aggregates all your financial life in one, easy-to-understand place. Mint also gives you free advice on how to save money. Mint is an extensible, self-hosted website analytics program. Its interface is an exercise in simplicity. Visits, referrers, popular pages, and searches can all be taken in at a glance at Mint’s flexible dashboard.

2. Qapital

Qapital is the everyday banking app that helps you save for the things you want. Qapital is an easy-to-use, daily money management application that provides its users with an instant overview of their finances and empowers them to save on small things so that they can spend on things that matter the most.

It offers features that are new to banking such as savings-oriented gamification linked to traditional products, including debit cards and saving accounts. The application allows them to choose their goals, set up rules to trigger deposits and watch their savings grow.

3. Motif 

And if you are that are (timid), first-time investor Motif Investing finds trends and world events that could lead to investment opportunities.Then the company builds portfolios, or motifs, based on related stocks. Some examples include clean tech or companies tied to the housing rebound, which are all current trends.

The Motif app allows users to monitor motif performance, find new ideas and review performance charts. And if you aren’t a Motif customer, you can still use the app to create lists of favorites and get more details about any investing ideas you’re interested in. This system might not be best for large investments or retirement portfolios, but Motif makes small-time investing fun and relevant — it’s a great way to introduce new investors to the market.

PS: Although you will see other must-download mobile apps like Spendee, YNAB(You Need A Budget), Acorns, StashInvest et all; you can take some of the guesswork out of moving your finances to mobile with this list of the most popular personal finance apps