Debito —Allows you to track all financial transactions, from basic supermarket costs to mortgages. For each item of expenditure or receipt in the appendix, a new item is introduced, which is reflected in the specific budget.
Budgets can be set for a defined period for each requirement (restaurant, medicine, hobby, car, cosmetics, etc.). However, the application has already violated the series. The elements of cash flow are also divided into categories and subcategories. For example, if you choose Energy Rage, you can set the output of power, water, and gas. "Finance" includes loans, leases, and mortgages. In "Telecommunications" - mobile phones, the Internet, television and more.
For all such costs, you can specify the service provider by selecting the desired option from the suggested list. At the same time, all communication channels are displayed immediately for all companies: phones, websites, email, and social media accounts. Each item you create can be supplemented with a document or photo in any format. So you can attach a snapshot of the electronic version of the contract or a record card with a credit card and a receipt for payment of contingency costs.
There is also a separate category of "documents" that allow you to save your passport, driver's license, birth certificate, etc. in the application data. For all this, you can specify an expiration date and attach a file or photo as well.
All the items you create are displayed in a general list where you can view and edit each item. On the Statistics page, the current month's issues create a pie chart showing all the planned and actual costs. On the "Balance" tab, they are compared to budgets.
If the user interface of the application looks confusing, you can place a question mark on each tab. Here's helpful partition information so you can easily learn how to work with Debito.