IFinance is an app where the user can keep track of and control their spending, income, or other financial aspects of their life. iFinance shows the user transaction lists that follow all of their transactions from their debit or credit card. iFinance lets the user organize their expensive as they wish so that they see exactly where their money is all going. iFinance also analyzes the user's financial data in charts, graphs, and reports to clearly show what is happening. iFinance has a budget feature included so that the user can budget their finances efficiently. iFinance supports multiple different banking formats so that the user can import their banking information into the app and see their transaction from that bank account. The user is able to sync all of their information from the iFinance app on their phone through the cloud or Wi-Fi to their Mac and see all of their information on either device at any time. iFinance is $8.99 for the iPad or iPhone and $35.99 with no in-app purchases or additional costs once the app has been purchased. iFinance isn't the greatest finance and budgeting app on the market but it does have a lot of good features. iFinance follows your income and purchases through your bank account or when you use your debit or credit card and organizes them. iFinance also can track information from your bank account and is supposed to be compatible with your bank account so it automatically pulls the data but the app struggles with following through on that and is not really compatible with a lot of different banks. iFinance is pretty expensive at $8.99 for mobile and $35.99 for Mac, plus you have to buy both for them to work together. The price tag wouldn't be so bad if the software worked as it is supposed to compared to other free options out there.
- Keeps track of income and spending * Compatible with Apple Watch * Supports over 10 different languages
- Only available on Mac/iPhone/iPad/Apple Watch * Expensive * Doesn't connect to a lot of banks