The new widget in the Today View provides bar charts of your income and expenses.
By default the widget shows bar charts for today and yesterday. You can customize the widget to include statistics for this week and this month.
See more in the new landscape view available on iPhone 6 Plus.
My Finances gives you an overview of your financial situation. You do not have to guess where your money goes.
Just enter the amount of money you spent or earned and assign it to a category. Done.
Beautiful bar charts show the weekly, monthly and yearly distribution of your income and expenses across categories.
Detailed statistics grouped by categories.
The app notifies you for every planned transaction on the day it is due. You can schedule one-time and recurring transactions.
The app automatically present a summary of the past week and month.
My Finances supports iOS Accessibility features to bring financing to people with low vision.Learn more about Accessibility on iOS
The app can be customized by changing the text size based on your needs. In iOS 7 the text size for apps can be changed Settings > General > Text Size.Learn more about Dynamic Type
People with low vision can use VoiceOver to interact with the app, read statistics and charts.
VoiceOver is available in English and German.Learn more about VoiceOver
The app is available for free on the App Store. But the free version does not include more than 20 transaction per month, statistics, data export and automatic backup to Dropbox.
You should consider purchasing a one-time In-App Purchase to unlock all features.
Definitely. Export your data as a csv file and open it with the app. The import process is completely tested with all popular finances/budgeting apps on the App Store.
You can export the data as plaintext, csv or json file.
The csv file includes all transactions necessary to import the data into another app.
The json file includes all data including planned transactions, category colors,... Use the json file as a data backup.