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Beyond Angry Birds: Top 10 iPhone Apps To Manage Your Money

I am just going to say it: I suck at math. As a waitress in my teens, I could add 15% to anything – this skill helped me realize what lousy a waitress I really was (I averaged 9% in tips). This may have had something to do with my inability to serve more than one plate at a time, I’m not really sure. Or my habit of taking my meal breaks whilst I was meant to be serving others theirs. I am however, very very good at colouring in the lines…

Luckily, there is a new breed of iPhone Apps out there to help me manage my daily finances. They are intuitive, easy to use and make me feel way smarter than a fourth -grader.  For the record, I don’t just geek out to finance apps, I am newly addicted to camera and radio Apps too (Please share any favorites you may already have, the amount of available choices is staggering at times!).

There are over 425,000 iPhone Apps. Most of them will be more entertaining than these ones.   Plenty of them will *up your street cred* too (I’m totally kidding here) but very few will help you manage your dough better than the following: (btw, at some point in this post I intended to liken the marriage of Finance & Apps to Chocolate & Nutella or Jeremy Piven & me, simply to get that Jeremy Piven reference in there somewhere. Unfortunately there was no relevant place to incorporate it so I was not able to…

Have you tried any of these Apps yet or do you have a favorite of your own? Let me know! (Am also desperately looking for Apps that include images of Mr.Piven….just sayin….

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  • Mint 1 of 10
    Mint
    Mint brings all your financial accounts together online or on your mobile device, automatically categorizes your transactions, lets you set budgets and helps you achieve your savings goals.

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  • MoneyStrands 2 of 10
    MoneyStrands
    MoneyStrands personal finance software helps you manage all your money in one place and provides easy online budgeting and financial planning tools.
  • Square 3 of 10
    Square
    Accept credit card payments anywhere with your iPhone, iPad or Android phone. Download the free Square app to get started.
  • CheckPlease 4 of 10
    CheckPlease
    Checkplease is the top tip application on AppStore for calculating the tip or splitting a bill between multiple people.
  • PocketMoney 5 of 10
    PocketMoney
    PocketMoney is basically an all-around account-tracking tool. The paid version allows you to keep track of an unlimited amount of accounts through your iPhone
  • PayPal 6 of 10
    PayPal
    Send money to your friends, manage your account, and more, with the PayPal app. It's free, secure and more convenient than going to the ATM
  • BillTracker 7 of 10
    BillTracker
    We all have bills to pay. From the water bill to the car payment to the cell phone subscription, BillTracker can help you manage it all. Featuring a well designed user interface and an advanced internal database, BillTracker combines power with ease of use.
  • Spentory 8 of 10
    Spentory
    Do you think Complexity of your financial condition can be managed from a mobile phone? Enter your Expense Transactions to Spentory. Manage, Statics, Analytics feature use your current powerful web or desktop application. Spentory provide quickly and easily way to enter Expense Transactions
  • PayMeBack 9 of 10
    PayMeBack
    PayMeBack is an easy to use iPhone application that helps you track the money people borrow from you and the money you borrow from others.
  • BackInBlack 10 of 10
    BackInBlack
    Back in Blackâ„¢ is a budgeting app designed to help you understand and take control of your personal finances, one month at a time. It boils your finances down to the essentials: how much money you earn and spend every month, and where that money is going
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