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Your Take: Best Mobile Personal Finance Tools

Posted By Jim On 01/07/2011 @ 7:15 am In Your Take | 18 Comments

Lifehacker readers recently voted [3] on the best mobile personal finance tools and the winners were announced:

  • Mint [4] – Free on Android/iOS
  • PageOne [5] – Free on Android, iOS, BlackBerry, and Windows Mobile
  • EasyMoney [6] – $9.95 on Android
  • Pocket Money [7] – $4.99 on iOS
  • ProOnGo [8] – $0.99/month on several platforms

I’ve only ever seen Mint and PageOnce, both of which impressed me (I don’t own an iPhone or an Android device, so I haven’t used them extensively), and I’m curious to know what you consider the “best mobile personal finance tool.” It can be anything money related (ProOnGo is more of a business app than a personal finance app), I’d like to know what’s out there so I can check it out and stay better informed!

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[3] voted: http://lifehacker.com/5722810/draft-five-best-mobile-personal-finance-tools

[4] Mint: http://www.mint.com/features/anywhere/

[5] PageOne: http://www.pageonce.com/

[6] EasyMoney: http://www.handy-apps.com/main/EasyMoney.aspx

[7] Pocket Money: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/pocketmoney-checkbook-budgets/id283494170?mt=8

[8] ProOnGo: http://www.proongo.com/

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