Simple money management app?

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  1. Lucifer666
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    Lucifer666 all the world needs is me

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    I have a huge pile or receipts on my desk and I want to get rid of them by logging them somewhere. Used to use a nifty app back in 2010 but they've shut down since. Concept was very simple. Enter your expenses (name/description and amount) and any gains. Shows spending and net gain/loss over the day, week, month, year, whatever.

    Looking for something like this. Ideally once that I can manage from both my laptop and iPhone. Don't mind web-based on my Mac, but would prefer a native app for the phone.
     
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    Myself for my Desktop I use GNU Cash for my personal finance and also for business classes although it is not on IOS, I would suggest to try it on your mac. I can not speak from experience either as I do not use IOS though but I have heard Mint is good.
     
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    I installed Monefy - Money Manager for PC , or you can get many similar app but i have to remind you that never put any private info, bank account to this apps
     
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    From my experience with Android, I've ended up using google sheets. I just couldn't find an app which could do the simple things right.
     
  5. Lucifer666
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    Lucifer666 all the world needs is me

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    Thanks guys. Mobile was a priority and the search has been quite dreary thus far, so I may give these a try.
    Just as I've considered using Numbers (as in, Apple's terribly named spreadsheet software.) Seems like an area of software development worth delving into. Maybe a little summer project.