By Raj Kumar Shaw
Open the Mac App Store to buy and download apps.
Daily Expenses was featured by Apple twice in "Best New Apps". The simplicity of this spending tracker is the reason why.
Keep track of your spending habits using Daily Expenses. Daily expense is here to help control the flow of your money. Daily Expenses is the easiest way to balance your expenses and income. It allows you to select your categories and even allows multiple users.
You can also customize suitable payment modes, categories, dates, expense details etc.
Now LOG, TRACK and ORGANIZE!!!
It provides powerful features like:
+ Add expense amount, date, category, payment method, description.
+ View your expenses by category or by payments.
+ Customize it according to your needs.
+ Very simple and intuitive interface.
+ Search and Advance Search option..
+ Balance Sheet
+ Chart and Graph
+ Backup/Restore System
+ Export Data to CSV, PDF, TXT format
+ Option to share in Email, Print and more…
+ Security System
+ Multiple User option
+ Customize Reporting System
+ Quick Add Entry...
+ many more…
Managing daily expenses takes a lot of time and effort. Using Daily Expenses can easily reduce your workload.
Daily Expenses is a great tool to help you understand how you are spending "your" money.
What's New in Version 2.6
Updates and bug fixes
No Help menu, no user manual, no instructions, and useless developer website
UPDATE: version 2.6. This is the third update since my first review. Seems like frequent updates, but is not clear what has improved. Still as bad as before (see below)
I bought this app and the iPhone/iPad app because of the iCloud sync, good user reviews, and the unique function of having multiple users. I activated iCoud sync then looked for instructions or preferences to activate multiple users, so when we set budget expense of all family members will update live on every family member device. To my surprise, there is no preference or any setup to activate the multiuser support, and there is no “Help” menu for this software or user manual. I clicked on “Daily Expense Support” in the App page on the App Store, and I was taken to the developer website. Surprisingly the developer website has no helpful information except a list of features, has no documentation online or downloadable, and no manuals. When I clicked on “Forum” to see if any other user has commented on this, I got an error page that the page cannot be found. How did this crap pass Apple review process? The App is featured in the “Best New Apps" on the App Store, and is shown in the Better Together section in the iCloud category. More interestingly, this is version 2.2, so you would expect better from such an App.
- Category: Finance
- Updated: Mar 07, 2014
- Version: 2.6
- Size: 3.1 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Raj Kumar Shaw
- © iLifeTouch
Compatibility: OS X 10.7 or later, 64-bit processor