Android: When the iOS version of Pocketbook — our favourite finance management tool because of its ability to automatically sync with all the major banks — came out in July, an Android version was also promised. That has now hit the Play store, and is well worth downloading if you want to keep a closer track on your finances.
Like its iOS and Web equivalents, the Android version of Pocketbook can automatically sort your expenses, alert you to unusually large charges and send you a weekly summary of your activity. It’s a free download, and the service is free to use.
Pocketbook [Google Play]
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