Expense Tracker app ‘Spending Tracker’ for Windows 8, 10 gets Bug Fixes

Radu Tyrsina By: Radu Tyrsina
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Home » Expense Tracker app ‘Spending Tracker’ for Windows 8, 10 gets Bug Fixes

Spending Tracker is one of the best expense tracking apps to be used in Windows 8 and it has now received a new update that takes care of some annoying problems that users have been reporting. Read below for more details.
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Not so long ago, we were sharing with you the news that Windows 8 app Spending Tracker had been updated to version 1.1 with a good number of bug fixes that were affecting users of the app. Now, version 1.2 has been put in place, and we’ll go through what has been made new below, after the quoted description of the app from the Windows Store.

Spending Tracker is the easiest and most user friendly Personal Finance App in the store. And best of all, it’s free! The simple fact is, by tracking your spending you will be able to stick to a budget and therefore SAVE MONEY. So give it a try and have instant control over your spending!

According to the release note of Spending Tracker, version 1.2 now comes with an important bug fix to enable repeating transactions to ‘catch up’ to the current date correctly. Now, reviews in the Windows Store confirm that the update indeed fixes the issue and the app is now faster and more responsive. Download it from the Windows Store by following this link from below.

Download Spending Tracker for Windows 8

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