Top Finance Apps

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Eli Blueby Eli Blue

 

PageOnce – PageOnce lets you tie in all your billing accounts, like cell phone, utilities, bank, investment accounts, credit cards, and student loans) for quick and easy access to all balances and amounts due. Simply add accounts by picking categories and providers and create a mini feed of your account activity with a calendar to keep track of payments due and alert settings to pay your bills on time. Users can access an unlimited number of accounts with no extra fees.

 

Mint.com – Mint.com lets you track your income, spending, and investments much like PageOnce. A quick glance reveals cash flow, budget, debits, credits and account information from your banking account. View each account for a list of transactions. A color-coded budget progress bar reveals your spending by type of expense split by category or by merchants. If your monthly grocery bill is over budget, no problem! Mint.com will send you an alert.

 

Yahoo! Finance – Yahoo! Finance is one of the biggest financial news applications around. A home page reveals a summary of quotes for indexes, investment news, and the latest stock prices. Its famed Quotes section allows you to view a customized dashboard of stock. Quickly enter your company's stock symbol and read a treasure trove of progress charts, editorials, competitive analysis, and more with the industry's No. 1 finance resource.

 

Venmo – Venmo is a payment service that lets you pay back loans to friends quickly. Simply link a credit card or a debit card and enable direct deposit and all of the money given to you by friends through Venmo will transfer automatically into your bank account every two weeks. Users can also cash out at any time.  Venmo is also a mini social network with insights into where you're using Venmo and leave comments on shared payments.