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Instead of using grids, spreadsheets and lists, Dollarbird shows your finances on a calendar view. Subsequently, it’s incredibly easy to use, because it works just like a calendar. You can colour-code categories to quickly glance at what you’ve spent, track your expenses right from the calendar view, set bill reminders on the main screen, and even set up recurring transactions. At the end of the month, you can see all types of graphs showing how and where you spend money.
Essentially, Dollarbird can do just about everything that most of the personal finance apps can do, but it does so by using the calendar view we all already know and understand. If you’ve struggled to get into personal finance apps in the past because they’re boring and tough to use, Dollarbird is worth a look.
Dollarbird ($1.99) [iTunes App Store via The Next Web]