Spending Tracker app for Windows 8.1, 10 Brings Useful Improvements
When we first covered the Spending Tracker app for Windows 8, there weren’t too many who heard about it. But now, it is one of the best finance apps in the Windows Store and it gets frequent updates to please the growing number of users.
With modern tools like smartphone and tablets, it has become much easier to watch over our personal finances and to manage them easier. There are plenty of such apps for Android and iOS users and since Windows Store is just a growing platform, the number of such apps is just picking app, but will definitely increase in the future. One such app is Spending Tracker, and you can use to have a clear and easy to understand overview of your personal finances and where exactly your spending goes. And now it has received yet another update.
Spending Tracker is now at version 1.5 and it comes with ‘Account Transfer’ which is now available via the Accounts tab, the ability to ‘Carry Over’ amount has now been optionally added to the total Income. Also, the Carry Over option is now available only to carry positive balances. Even more, you can now show the Note in the Transactions tab instead of the Category Name. These are all welcome improvements for those of you who have downloaded and using the app already. For the rest of you, just follow the link at the end of the article to get it.
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!
Just as before, it retains the features which made the app highly appreciated – clean user interface, the ability to easily log expenses and incomes, budget mode, the option to repeat transactions, editable spending and income categories, detailed reports and live tiles with real-time information. The app comes with a size of only 7 megabytes and is currently available only in English, and can be used on Windows RT, as well.
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