What if you were said that you can drink a cup of coffee at Starbucks daily by wearing an Apple Watch? Well, who would not like to do that? Wearing an Apple Watch and saving money is just like icing on the cake.
We have already covered Expense Tracker, Receipt Tracking Apps for iPhone, and Finance Apps for Apple watch. Today, we are going to list the best Apple Watch expense manager apps which will surely make you save enough to have a free cup of coffee. So here are some of the expense manager apps to keep a track on your expenses:
Best Expense Management Apps for Apple Watch
#1. MoneyWiz 2
Manage your accounts, expenses, income etc by downloading MoneyWiz 2 personal finance app. You can set a budget limit for everything you spend. It is also possible to synchronize the online banking transfers to save more. Get the reports at the end of every month (or set an interval) to analyze your personal or business expenses from your Apple Watch. You can also build custom reports by using this app. Apart from Apple Watch; this app is compatible for iPhone and iPad devices.
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Checking your budget right on your wrist is possible with iBank money saving app on your Apple Watch. This app lets you manage your account in a simple way. You can gain control over your expenses and set a budget limit to save more every month. When you just see the savings graph in the app, you can easily track how much you are saving through iBank app in your Apple Watch. The special feature of the app is it shows the investments done and debts left to pay in the month. Most interestingly, the app size is just 13.1 MB.
Mint app understands your lifestyle by the way you spend on your requirements. You can check your credit cards, income, spending etc by using Mint app’s ‘The Trend’ feature in your Apple Watch. Synchronizing the app with your other Apple devices is possible via Mint.com. Setting your financial goals such paying a debt or loans is easier than never before. And the best thing about this app is that, it’s available for free! The app size is 13.1MB only.
The personal money, budget and finance manager has a sleek design as compared to the rest in the list. It is rated by many tech giants and they say that it’s easy to use and keep a control over your expenses. No charts, graphs or bars to show your expenses, but they are shown just in numbers by keeping it simple. Besides saving money, you can also keep a track on your monthly/daily financial health. Pennies will suggest you either to stop spending money or increase your expenses according to your financial health.
Next now supports the Apple Watch to track your finances on your wrists. It doesn’t matter whether you spend money to have a cup of coffee or booked a flight ticket, it’s quite easy to save your expenses. With the use of intuitive icons in the app, it’s simple to check on which of those categories you are spending more every month. You can check your expenses monthly, weekly or yearly. Most interestingly, you can synchronize each and everything on iCloud, so that you never miss your expense list on all Apple devices.
Unspent has some special features which you haven’t seen in any other app in the list. You can separate your spending in various sections such as birthday expenses, gift cost, dress cost and many more. As these are occasional expenses, it might not be added regularly in the monthly financial expense list. The digital cash version in the app controls your daily expenses by reminding you that you have already spent more for the day. The app size is almost negligible which is 5.8MB and it requires iOS 8.0 or up to use it on iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.
Splitwise, as the name itself indicates that it splits your expenses into various categories so that you can track each and every penny spent. At times, it becomes hard to calculate on what you have spent the most. But by using Splitwise on your Apple Watch it is quite easy to split the amount paid. You can also add your loved ones in the list and keep an eye on their expenses too. It also reminds you to pay your mortgage just in time so that you never have to pay more. The app size is 20.9MB and it requires iOS 7.0 or later to install it on your Apple devices.
By not paying the expenses on time, you may end up paying a huge amount of fine. If you use Chronicle, you will not face any such problems. This app might not be the traditional expense tracking app but it literally saves you lot of money by reminding you to pay your bills on time. And most interestingly, you can get the notifications about your due bills to pay them before you are fined. Tracking payment numbers and history is now possible with Chronicle app. The app size is 6.1MB only.
So this ends the list of best Apple Watch expense manager apps for today. Stay tuned for more Apple Watch apps.