1. Monefy (+ 5 million downloads in Google Play points: 4.6 / 5 points)
Allows tracking of expenses, since the entry of transactions in a simple way. You can safely synchronize data between devices using your Google Drive and Dropbox account.
The application allows you to change the default expense categories, select the currency, and choose the language. One of the most common complaints from users, however, is that it does not allow you to view the savings from previous months and that the profile data can not be exported to a new phone, for example.
2. Expense manager (+ 5 million downloads in Google Play points: 4.3 / 5 points)
The application allows you to manage revenue and expenses, schedule recurring payments, enable multiple accounts in different currencies, and project a budget by day, week, month, and year. You can also receive automatic backup in Dropbox, Google Drive, and backup SD card.
Convenient tools like calculator, currency converter, tips calculator, sales and tax calculator and credit card calculator.
One user says "it's the best app I've tried, it has many useful features like budget and reports. Highly recommended!"
3. Money Manager (+ 1 million downloads on Google Play Points: 4.8 / 5 points)
Lets accompany financial activity, its creators promise that it takes only a few seconds a day to do so. You can access reports viewed on income, expenses by time and category; At the same time, you can organize invoices by week, month and year. Spanish version is available.
"I would like it to have some other functions like differentiating the type of expenses (money, credit cards and / or debit) and showing statistics by year or group of months and expenses by category, also a label for expenses billed (perhaps in a version recommended to facilitate the tracking of daily expenses, "a user pointed out as a criticism.
4. Wallet (+ 1 million downloads on Google Play Points: 4.6 / 5 points)
The application allows you to track expenses or budget so that you can have continuous information about the financial situation to plan for the long term.
Allow automatic banking updates (must be synchronized) and share specific accounts with family members. It's easy to understand financial charts and summaries. There is a paid version.
"It's a great app to organize your tickets and expenses, clearly and easily, helping to better manage resources. It also has a number of options, such as budgets and savings targets," said a Google Wallet user.
5. Spendee (+ 1 million downloads in Google Play points: 4.2 / 5 points)
The application allows you to plan and track personal and family finances, which can be viewed from infographics.
Among other functions, you can: control expenses manually or connect to a bank account; add budget targets as well as record disbursements and savings; Plan the budget holistically and create personalized portfolios for special occasions for holidays, birthdays and more.
In the opinion of users, one of them claims that the application is excellent, but "does not allow deleting the wallets of money that were created earlier and there are problems with the language because it is translated as medium and all instructions are in English."