We Recommend: Simple, Useful app for Keeping Track of Your Expenses. Download Here

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  • 04 Aug 2012
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  • It seems only fair that we should our Android smartphone to keep track of all that seems important and try to keep things organized. Our expenses are very important, that is why, having a great and simple app to help remember our incomes and spending is a must.

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    LR Software have developed an app called House Account Book. It is designed for Android 4.x and not available on the Play Store yet. The first release, close to final version, has been posted for testing purposes and it works great. House Account Book uses a very simple and modern interface, inspired by the design guidelines for Android 4. You can use it to keep track of your incomes and expenses in a fast, trouble free way.

    Pressing the “+” button on the main screen will take you to the interface where you can add first expense/income. The first field will let you set a description, then set expense type and amount. Through the “Category + Payment method” fields you can select out of the 14 different categories for expenses and how you paid for it (cash, giro account or card). Finally, the last fields at the bottom of the screen will let you adjust the date. Once you saved some expenses the main screen will keep them organized, depending on the date, and you can delete either of them.

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    As stated, the app is not available yet on the Play Store, but you can download the APK from here and install it the usual way.

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    • Phick Steven

      It seems to a better time expense management app that has come up in the segment practically which has made the desired specification more optimal and phenomenal. A tool can be considered better only if the expense reports come up with desired specification and manageability. This tool’s interface and approach looks pretty cool to come up with the segment. I do have currently an expense management tool, but there is nothing wrong in giving a try to this particular one.

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