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The best expense tracker apps to help manage your finances in Singapore

To easily keep track of where your money’s going

Pailin Boonlong
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Pailin Boonlong
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No doubt it’s easier to spend money than to keep track of your money. But for those who know they need to buck up on their own money management while working their way to financial wellness, making use of an expense tracker app is the best way to go about it. Here are the best expense tracker apps that’ll help you manage your finances in Singapore.

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Expense trackers in Singapore

Spendee
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Spendee

As one of the most recognised trackers when it comes to money tracking apps, Spendee is one that’ll help keep your budget in check. You can use either your mobile phone or desktop to manage your daily expenses, since the app syncs your daily expenses automatically. You can also have access to shared wallets to track mutual expenses – so you’ll know when people pay for what and when. 

Download Spendee on iOS or Android.

Planner Bee
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Planner Bee

As founded by local financial planner Cherie Wang, Planner Bee is an app that doesn’t merely provide personal finance tracking – they also do insurance, banking, and investments. For those who gloss over the fine print, there’s even a nifty tab that helps explain all your insurance policies in a quick glance. But it's their main platform helps you get an overview over your spending habits and savings over time. 

Download Planner Bee on iOS or Android

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Wally
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Wally

Wally prides itself on helping you save up – anything from paying off your debts to affording your first home. Besides simply tracking your progress, the app also offers a way to set specific budgets to help control your day-to-day spending. It also provides an overview of all transactions – past and upcoming – so you can get a proper sense of where your money goes. 


Download Wally on iOS or Android.

Monny
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Monny

This one’s for those who need extra motivation when it comes to handling their finances. With its cutesy graphics and gamified interface, anyone new to budgeting or saving money will finally find that understanding their expenses can be a breeze to wrap their head around. This app might not provide in-depth analytics nor fancy-schmancy graphs, but if you’re looking for an effortless way to track your monthly expenses, then this is ideal. 

Download Monny on iOS or Android.

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Household Account Book
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Household Account Book

Here’s another one for those dreading the adulting life: Household Account Book. As the name goes, it literally keeps tracking of everything that goes in and out of your household expenses – and more. It mimics the idea of a budget book, by keeping track of how much you earn and how much you spend in one month. There’s also a pie graph that gives a concise breakdown on how you spend your money. 

Download Household Account Book on iOS or Android

Seedly

We might know Seedly for its financial knowhow, but they’ve also got a no-frills budget tracker that’s perfect for the most inexperienced of savers. It also offers straightforward data to easily compare your monthly spend. Another major plus: it’s free. 

Download Seedly on iOS or Android.

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