Toshl Finance - Best Budget

Toshl Finance - Best Budget

By Toshl Inc.

  • Category: Finance
  • Release Date: 2015-12-17
  • Current Version: 3.1.0
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 56.67 MB
  • Developer: Toshl Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.1 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 1,075 Reviews)
  • Price:
Toshl Finance - Best Budget App Ratings: 4.5
Total 1,075 Reviews

Toshl Finance - Best Budget App Description

Track all your credit cards, bank accounts and cash in one place. Toshl Finance helps more than 2 million people keep track of their personal finances. Know your finances. Have fun! "Of all the apps for monitoring spending, one of the hardest to beat is Toshl Finance.” - New York Times "Now I know where my money is disappearing to, thanks to Toshl...” - BBC Winner of The Europa award for Best Commerce, Finance or Payments Startup Easy data entry - automatically connect over 9000 different bank accounts in the United States and Canada, credit cards or financial services. Available connection include; Chase, Bank of America (BofA), Capital One, Charles Schwab (SCHW), Citi, HSBCnet, PNC, SunTrust, TD Bank, US Bank, Wells Fargo, PayPal, Wealthfront, Betterment, Coinbase, Bitstamp and others. More financial institutions in other countries are coming soon. - quick & easy manual expense entry in only 4 taps. Tip calculator included. - use any currency. Almost 200 currencies with always fresh exchange rates are supported, including 30 cryptocurrencies. - add rich data to entries: multiple tags, financial account, location, description, repeats, bill reminders with notifications, photos. Photos are great for keeping receipts, warranty info and expense reporting. - import data from your online bank files (CSV, Excel, QIF, QFX, OFX etc.) in the web app Useful graphs - big picture overview of how your money flows each month - how much you have left to spend this month while maintaining your budget goals - pie charts, bubble graphs, expense locations map Budgets - budgets for all expenses or filtered by categories, tags or accounts - budget for any time period - optional rollover to the next budget period - notifications warn you when you approach your budget limits Sync with multiple mobile devices - use on an unlimited number of devices, on multiple mobile platforms - your data automatically syncs to all devices and the web app - automatic backup, data is safe even if you lose your device Syncs with the web app - open on your laptop, desktop computer or tablet and use Toshl in comfort on a large screen - automatically synced with mobile app - extensive data visualisations with month-over-month comparisons and filtering by category, tag, location Toshl Pro & Toshl Medici You can use most Toshl Finance features for free forever. We offer 2 subscription plans which unlock more advanced features. Free - 2 financial accounts, 2 budgets Pro - unlimited financial accounts, unlimited budgets, save receipt photos with expenses, repeat expenses, set bill reminders, unlock with fingerprint - $2.99/month or $19.99/year Medici - automatically import data from your US or Canadian bank, credit card or other financial service. Also includes all Toshl Pro features. $4.99/month or $39.99/year Your payment will be charged to your iTunes Account. If you are eligible for a trial period, the payment will be charged when the trial period has ended. If you have already used the trial period, it will be charged once you confirm your purchase here. Your iTunes account will be charged again when your subscription automatically renews at the end of your current subscription period unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours prior to the end of the current period. You can manage or turn off auto-renew in your Apple ID Account Settings any time after purchase. Privacy policy Terms of Service


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Toshl Finance - Best Budget App Reviews

  • Not working

    By Whole Foods
    I had an account with Toshl years ago. Wanted to try it again. App would only let me sign in with either Facebook or google. Neither of which I wanted to use. Wanted to create an account just using my email, but this wasn’t accepted. When I broke down and used Facebook there were very old numbers in my account. I tried to delete the numbers or the accounts but the app wouldn’t allow that either. I must say I am very disappointed!
  • Expenses from bank account show delayed

    By ClaytenBigzby
    According to Toshl, I haven’t spent any money in 5 days which are 5 days of inaccuracy. I was interested in this app because it appeared to make budgeting easier, but there’s nothing easy about trying to remember what you bought at Walmart a week ago.
  • Finally Found the One...

    By Koneko215
    Been searching for awhile trying to find an app that fits my way of thinking for me and my partner to use and Toshl is it. I was pretty surprised to see how few reviews there are so I figure I’ll give it one more. Envelope style budgets are pretty close to what I wanted but all the things you have to do filling and transferring the money drives me crazy. With Toshl I have a budget that shows how much I can spend for a category and rolls over to the next month if I don’t use it. It keeps everything clean and organized for budgets that aren’t a set monthly amount too, like skin care that I buy every 3-4 months and use slowly over time. The overall style of the app is above average too. It’s smooth and looks nice compared to some of even the top rated budget apps. Best of all the pricing isn’t as bad as some of the other budget apps I’ve considered using. If you’re making a budget why in the world would you pay 5+ dollars a month for an app that’s supposed to help you look at and cut out all those little money leaks? I wouldn’t unless I was already sure how much it would help in making the process easier. The only downside if you’re using it in a relationship is that you use the same account, which means you have to make a way to separate the things each person spends on. The customizable categories and tags makes this pretty easy, but the overall feel is better on other apps aimed more at couples. — Examples of how I use Toshl. My monthly spending budget is set to add $90 every month and the total rolls over to the next month. I label the category as “My Spending” and the Tag as whatever type of item I purchased. When I want to make a large purchase I can see how much I currently have in My Spending and can tell how many months until I can afford it. For my skin care budget I have it add $120 every four months ($30 a month). This way I can make one large order for almost everything I need during a sale and save extra. If I need extra moisturizer or something there’s usually a bit laying around for small purchases.
  • Finally!

    By Amir.Shokohi
    I have used different finance apps and I can tell you that this is what you want. The pro version is really worthy. Any plan to have an iPad version?
  • Great app! Best for world citizens!

    By KrumlovQueen
    Can’t say enuf about this software! If your home is more than one country, it is THE financial software to get!! Impressed with flexibility and “smartness”, and developers support! Keep it up, Toshl!!
  • Heaven sent.

    I love this app and website so much. The interface is beautiful and simple, and it makes you genuinely want to manage your finances on a day to day basis. I have failed with Mint and other platforms so many times, especially with all the assumptions they force upon you to even get started (“complete” your profile with mortgage, assets, credit score, blah blah). It is so light yet powerful and is already making me feel more confident in my spending and saving. Also the best part is that is supports sooo many global currencies, so I can currently track my expenses in JMD which is a huge blessing. 10/10 for sure.
  • Toshl Medici

    By ArthurNisly
    I opted for the Medici alternative. I am glad that I did. By linking my bank accounts it automatically imports the exact bank information and all I need to do is enter the appropriate budgeting category. I am still new with Toshl Medici but I can tell that we are a good fit.
  • Very good

    By Mateomane
  • Latest version crashes on launch

    By DarthPaghius
    I’ve been using this for three years now and it’s been satisfactory for the most part. The ability to see the expenses grouped by tag (other than just by category) would be useful as not all tags may belong to just one category. Latest update crashes on launch every time. iPhone 7 on iOS 11.4.
  • Good, but android version interface much better

    By Ted0901276
    Why is the interface so poor compared to the android version? Android version you can see item tags on the expense graphs and the budget history just has simple things like red bars on the part of the graph where you’ve gone over budget in previous months.