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My Budget Book review

Keep an eye on your accounts with My Budget Book. But is it worth paying for?

Keeping an eye on what goes in and out of your back account is of vital importance to most people. My Budget Book aims to give its users a detailed and comprehensive system of being able to track and update your accounts wherever you’re. The app is easy to navigate, and each section is clearly marked. The downside to this is, is that there may be a few too many menus to wade through, and there’s plenty of financial jargon which may confuse some people.

The accounts system lets you add the details of any accounts that are in your name, and manage the transactions that take place through it. Once you’ve inputted several transactions, the app will form a bank statement styled document for you to look through. If looking through documents isn’t your thing, then you can check out several charts and graphs relevant to your accounts, and pinpoint where your expenditure is highest. This level of detail and accuracy is something not usually found in these type of apps, and it makes the app a real pleasure to use.

There’s plenty to like about My Budget Book, and if you’re looking for a sophisticated and comprehensive work app that will help you keep tabs of your account, then it really is second-to-none. The menu system is great, but the various choices may confuse some users, however.