MoBu App for Windows 8 is Really Useful in Managing Your Personal Finances

Andrew Wafer By: Andrew Wafer
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Do you want to start saving money? Or maybe you want to intelligently manage the funds you have available in order to use money only for things you really need. Well, either way, you can now easily handle your incomes and your saves by using your own Windows 8 device.mobu on windows 8
So, in that matter you can download a new app from Windows Store. MoBu is therefore a dedicated financial software that can be used for personal purpose. With this app all of your data will be secured as you don’t have to make an account in order to properly manage your finances. This is an autonomous platform that uses SkyDrive as a cloud storage service and not for keeping track of your data, which means that you can safely and securely manage your personal and private funds by using MoBu on Windows 8.

MoBu: Your own Professional Finance partner

Why to use MoBu? Well, that’s easy, as with this new Windows 8 platform you can finally start to put some money aside. You can now define your budgets and you can plan the funds that can be spent during a period of time. Also you can simulate different situations in order to know what will be your future status in terms of financial matter.

You can see how much you can save in one, two or even twenty years from now and you can even plan how much money should you make when trying to find a new job in order to live better. As you can see MoBu can support you in different situations, so it is an essential financial app to use on your Windows powered device.mobu user interface

The app can be safely installed on Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows RT as it is compatible with all the mentioned platforms. The tool is priced at $6.99 on Windows Store, but don’t worry as you can download a free trial version first.

You can also use your Windows based device for learning more about the financial field by getting apps such as Financial Times or The Economist.

Download MoBu from Windows Store.

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