Budgeting Apps

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Does anyone use a Budgeting app? Can anybody recommend one?

Its the first time I've ever used a phone app as a budget tool so a more user friendly one would be good to start with.

Thanks in advance
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I don’t use one but Snoop and Emma get mentioned a lot. I have Revolut downloaded but haven’t used it, pending the outcome of their dispute with UK regulators.

Including in these quite different publications/reviews in recent years.


https://theguardian.com/money/2021/jan/ ... ance-tools

https://www.forbes.com/uk/advisor/banki ... ting-apps/
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both my banks provide such a tool when you use their app. I have found a simple spreadsheet is just as effective and depressing
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I use Quicken to manage all my accounts and portfolios in the one place. It's an old version cos Intuit no longer support it in the UK - and that means every new version of Windows throws up another problem with dll files. That said, I've yet to find anything as good and comprehensive.
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thanks guys
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