Recently, I reviewed DailyCost — one of the best apps I’ve used for keeping track of day-to-day expenses. Today, we’re going to take a look at Spendee, which is marketed as perhaps a slightly more fully-featured finances app. It is designed to take your day-to-day expenses and incomes, plus your recurring expenses and incomes (such as bills and wages), and turns that data into charts, graphs and even has a social media-esque “feed” where you get given tips on managing your money and even earn achievements.
Let’s see how it stacks up after the jump. (more…)
Time trackers are popular apps these days, with each one aiming to increase productivity, provide greater accuracy in recording billable hours, and simplify the process of generating reports. For small businesses, entrepreneurs and independent contractors such as myself, an effective time-tracking program can be an invaluable tool, and finding the perfect one is no easy quest.
OfficeTime has entered the game, promising all of the above and more. Having seemingly understood the “something for everybody” maxim, the developers have created a system that is extraordinarily simple to implement, yet can be more involved for those who want, well, more. Come on, I’ll show you how it works. (more…)
Say goodbye to check marks or the pile of pebbles you normally use to count your accomplishments. Now there’s an app for that.
Trakr is a sleek and simple app in which you can keep track of, well, just about anything that you can count — books you’ve read, cakes you’ve baked, pages you’ve written, workout minutes you’ve logged, and so on. Plus, you can set numeric goals for yourself (maybe you want to run 100 miles), visualize your history and progress, sync with iCloud and even export your data via email.
Come on, click “more” and I’ll show you how it works. (more…)
TV Show Tracker is a remarkably simple app that does one thing: tracks your favorite TV shows. If you find yourself sitting around often wondering if the new episode of “The Office” has aired yet, TV Tracker is your solution.
Below we’ll take a look at everything the app does and discuss whether or not you should shell out $1.99 to download it.