8 Best Personal Money Apps for Millennials Don’t Understand Finance Issues

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Okay, let’s be honest, pretty much any millennial would love to have a personal financial assistant to take care of how and where they spent their money. And guess what? Now we actually can! Not a real person of course but an awesome app.

Nexter.org prepared you 8 best personal finance apps for you to try.

Acorns

Source: Acorns

This app will automatically set aside the leftover change from everyday purchases. As well as save money for something big like retirement. Also, there are many easy-to-understand articles and videos from financial experts to help you get more understanding of your money.

Price: Free to download, then $5 to begin investing. Account management fees start at $1/month BUT if you are a college student, you can enroll for free! Just use your .edu email address when you sign up.

Available for iOS and Android.

 

You Need A Budget (YNAB)

Source: You Need A Budget

If you can ignore a quite high price of this app, you’ll get yourself a very supportive personal finance assistant.

Price: Free 34-day trial, then $6.99/month (billed annually at $83.99).

Available for Web, iOS, and Android.

 

Quicken

Source: Quicken

This one is basically a personal accountant who lives inside your computer and you have to pay a very low salary for its services.

Price: Starts at $34.99 per year.

Available for Web, Windows, Mac, iOS, and Android.

 

Mint

A very nice looking app that is also very functional yet easy to use.

Price: Free.

Available for iOS and Android.

 

Prism

Source: Prism

Prism tracks your bills and reminds you about the due date so you’ll never miss a bill ever again. All of your accounts are stored in one place, it is simple, fast and free.

Price: Free.

Available for iOS and Android.

 

Spendee

Source: Spendee

“The only app that gets your money into shape.” If that doesn’t sound at least intriguing we don’t know what kind of app you are looking for.

Price: Free 7-day trial and free for a basic plan; paid plans start at $1.99/month or $14.99/year.

Available for Web, iOS, and Android.

 

Monefy

Source: Monefy

This app allows you to add new records in a “snap”, use it on multiple devices and track your money your way.

Price: Free

Available for Windows, iOS, and Android.

 

Personal Capital

Source: Personal Capital

Here you can link all your accounts for free and then using their awesome tools you can see a clear real-time picture of your entire financial life.

Price: Free.

Available for iOS and Android.


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