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Financial applications for Android

14 October 2012 No Comment

For the Android smartphones, there are many finance applications. You can keep track of sales and expenditures of your business, look into current stock and remain informed with loan payment and oversee your bank account.

In this article, we will examine some notable finance applications for the Android smartphones.

1: Balance Book-Profit tracker

Its price is five dollars and when the need of small business accounting arises. You got a smartphone?

So use the balance book application. It makes life so much easier. Some few touches are needed, and you can manage your business tracks and records. Check the entries in the balance sheet module.

2: Bloomberg

This application is free and disseminates the financial information in four categories:

1: News

2: Market

3: My stock

4: Stock finder

There are some other categories such as US sports, health care, china and emerging markets.

3: Checkbook

The checkbook application costs two dollars and is just a simple checkbook register application for overseeing your bank accounts and credit card balances. For making an account, enter the name and initial balance. There are categories such as rent and food. Also, you can make your own categories.

4: Debt payoff planner

This application costs one dollar. The debt payoff planner can show you, what you have to do for becoming loan free. You will have to enter all the debts. Enter the total amount of money you pay everywhere. Also, enter the areas, where you are in debt. The debt payoff planner has five categories and taps the button to observe the results.

5: Easy Money

This application costs ten dollars and the application manages your:

1: Bank account

2: Credit card

3: Bills swiftly.

It is a check register on steroids. Track your daily expenditures and income for multiple accounts and make budgets. Make bill reminders and make reports to see where money is going.

6: Exchange rates

The exchange rate is an application, which is easy to use and gives exchange rates from around the world. The international currencies are at your disposal. The main screen shows all the currencies. The name of the country, flag and three letter code is given.

7: PayPal

The PayPal application is free to download and manages your PayPal account from anywhere. You can withdraw cash and send cash from PayPal account.

It’s as easy as ABC. With the bump technology, transfer cash by keeping side by side two smartphones. They must have PayPal.

8:Yahoo finance

It’s a free application and this application gives top headlines from the financial world and gives stock index, trading stocks and furnishes information about companies.

9: Karl’s mortgage calculator

It is a free application and if you are looking for mortgage home, then this is a good tool for doing some tough calculations and see how your mortgages are doing. Enter interest rate, principle and term and the result is there.

10: Pageonce

It is a free application. It helps in keeping track of online accounts and keeps check on internet shopping and gas, electric and water services.

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