Finally making an appearance in the Android ecosystem, is Wally, iOS’ highest-rated personal finance app. Launched officially in 2013 on the iOS’ platform, Wally quickly reached the top 10 apps list in the U.S. and in many countries around the world.

So what does Wally do? This financial tool was designed to help you understand what happens to your money – where/when/why/how you spent your money. It also helps you set and achieve your financial goals. Turn your expenses into experiences with the ability to tag your friends and family.  What sets Wally apart from many of the different apps already out there is that this app does not require detail account information or passwords from any accounts you may have. It also uses a location-based tool that identifies and categorizes your expenses. For those of you that already use Wally, is this financial tool meeting your needs?

Give it a go! It’s free for download in the Google Play Store.

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6 COMMENTS

  1. So how does this app or any other PF app make me better financially? Where/when/why/how I spent my money? I can already answer those questions, why do I need an app for that? Is knowing the data make me better financially? And this is a good one; is there financial gain in tagging my family and friends about my ‘experiences’? That is ridiculous. Where’s is the app that will make me financially smarter and stronger with my money while I’m NOT spending it? If Wally is such an innovative app then why isn’t Wally providing an innovative solution to my financial concerns? The app is NOT a solution. The app is only a tool; a budget monitoring tool. They’re a dime dozen and each one of them provides virtually zero practical benefit to the consumer. Good luck.

    • Bill, thanks a lot for your constructive comment. Would love to take this conversation over to email to share some of our plans, if you’re available. It would be great to hear more of your thoughts.
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  2. I just got married & I need to think wisely before doing what I used to do before, really I found it’s very useful to plan my life way & expenses, feeling some times it’s like my father reminding me to be smart always .

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