Jun 29, 2017 - 10:10 AM UTC — AAPL: 144.475 (-1.355, -0.93%) | NASDAQ: 6180.5947 (-53.8193, -0.86%)
“Where did the money go? Who’s watching the expenses? Is there an app for that?” Jeffrey Mincey writes for Bohemian Boomer. “Well, yes, dear Mac user. Beyond Quicken and the dozen or two or three Quicken-wannabe apps that take your money just so you can track your money, there’s Next [US$6.99]
– one of the lower priced money tracker apps for the Mac.”
“Next tracks you money by the day so you’ll always know where it went and went it went there,” Mincey writes. “Think of it as Calendar for your cash.”
“Next tracks your expenses. That means it’s not a bill paying system. It won’t track your stocks. You won’t be able to review your various credit card and bank accounts,” Mincey writes. “What you see is a list of what you spent and when.”
Read more, and see screenshots, in the full review here.