iSave the Money： Getting Smart about Being Thrifty
“My wallet is empty and it’s not even payday.”
“I just can’t seem to set aside any money.”
“When will my dream of owning a house come true？”
“Keeping a budget is just too complicated for me to handle.”
Always dealing with money troubles？ This is the app for you！
This app teaches you the habits you need to use money more deliberately. It’s easy to input data， and it offers simple screen design， a variety of ways to export your records， and a backup function you can rely on. iSave the Money takes care of your wallet with a dazzling array of features.
★ The Basic System
Make your budget for one month and calculate how much money you can spend each day.
Take a quick look at the plan you set up on the calendar on the main screen. The calendar also shows you whether or not you have kept to the amount that you are allowed to spend each day. This system will definitely motivate you to get your expenditures under control.
The timeline works similarly to the chronological lists often used in social networking services. On this screen， you can see a record of what you’ve spent in the order that you spent it.
3. Adding Tags
You can keep track of items that you keep buying over and over again with tags. The color of the tag can be adjusted as you like.
★ Super Easy Instructions
1. Make Your Plan
Start making your iSave plan by inputting your income， recurring expenses， and starting date. Recurring expenses， or costs that occur each month， generally refer to things like utility bills， transportation cost， and insurance payments. But let’s say there’s something special you want to save up for. Add that money to your regular expenses， and you’ll be saving money in no time.
2. Record Your Expenses
Each day， record the category and amount of the money you spend. Toggle [Input Screen When App Starts] in [Settings] and the input screen will appear as soon as you run the app， making it even faster and easier to record your expenses.
3. Monitor Your Record of Expenses
You can check each day’s expenses on the timeline or as a graph. The timeline displays your record of expenses chronologically in a way that is easy to understand. The graph， on the other hand， displays the original amount of money， the amount you have spent， and the balance remaining as a bar graph.
4. Backup and Export Your Record of Expenses
You can also keep your data safe by backing it up. This is easy to do using email or Dropbox. It is also possible to export your data in a variety of formats. You can send your data as a CSV file or in the body of an email to check it on a computer or another device， and you can also export the calendar， timeline， and graph as a PDF file.