ughMoney - Spending speedometer
By ughMoney, Inc.
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UGH. MONEY. We track your spending and send you the bad news. And we're FREE, which is good... considering you want to spend less.
“ughMoney is awesome! It lifts me up when I spend less money, and doesn’t let me ignore when I’ve spent too much. The colours and emojis make it fun and vibrant (not boring and monotonous like other financial tracker apps), and I’m really pleased with the customer support!”
Chuck from Atlanta
“Amid the constellation of personal finance apps available today, ughMoney is probably the least intimidating spending tracker I've used. Easy setup, simple breakdown of needs/wants, weekly summaries, and a friendly interface.”
Andrew from New York
“I love the ability to categorize things myself, and see all my expenses firsthand. More than any bank app, and it's very user friendly. It makes major financial decisions a lot less intimidating when you have all of that information explained in such a well organized way.”
Caitlyn from Boston
You're in debt, rent is too high, you work too many hours. Or you could just save more. Whatever your situation, it can be improved by tracking your spending.
What's New in Version 1.2.1
- Transaction editing. Tired of all those Venmo charges? Now you can change the amount and description.
- A whole lot of visual cleanup. The app looks much, much nicer.
- Performance improvements and bugfixes.
This application provides an easy to read, information dense layout of my weekly spending. The simple breakdown between "needs" and "wants" spending gives me a good sense if I need to change my habits. The latest update allows for manual corrections to transactions if needed, but I find it is rarely needed. Get this app if you want insight into your spending without inducing more stress into your life!
A helpful, simple view of personal spending. I check it daily.
Your spending choices aren't obscured by budgets, filters, awkwardly-forced-to-be-mobile-friendly charts, gadgets, dodads, gizmos, whirlygigs, and the like.
The only real way to interact with it is to pay attention and spend your money smarter so the numbers don't get big as fast. No instant-but-false gratification from mindless tinkering to be had here.
Has a good sense of humor about it all too.
Bravo! Carry on.