Download This: Toshl
With today’s economy making it difficult to put any extra coin in your pocket, apps like Toshl are doing their part to help out. If you are an Android user who cares to learn more about their finances and spending habits, we recommend you download this new mobile expense tracking application.
Timeline lets users take a look at past finances so you can get a feel for where your money is really going. Bet you didn’t think all those $4 coffees added up so quickly, did you? Tracking is done chronologically and can be broken out by day or month.
It’s simple to add expense from your phone; Enter the price, add a tag, and then “Add” it. If you want, you can also add a description or change the date for your entries. Users can tag and categorize their expenses so it’s possible to itemize spending. Tags are remembered and suggested each time you add a new expense.
All of your expenses are backed up in the cloud and can be viewed through Toshl.com. The application is available for free whether you have a basic or Pro account. While the free account offers quite a bit (export to .CSV, view by tags and time, and basic graphs), the Pro edition provides additional functionality and features. For $19.95 a year, users can export specific month or tags, export to Excel, PDF, and Google Docs through Toshl.com. Further there are more detailed graphs available, automated email reports, expense searching, and more.
Download Toshl from the Android Market today at the low cost of free. If you have an Android phone you can scan the barcode to the right or click on it with your handset!
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