Download Simple Checkbook Free apk 1.052 free for Android smartphone
Apk file size: 5.2 MB
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►A simple checkbook to track your withdrawals and deposits quickly, consistently, and efficiently.
►Use colors to simplify certain checkbook transactions, for example: groceries, taxes, or rent.
►Graph in a simple color line plot.
►View checkbook breakdown in a simple pie chart.
►View checkbook entries as most recent first or oldest first.
►Associate a simple label with each color to further detail your checkbook transactions.
►Toggle check boxes to confirm deposits and withdrawals.
►Instantly swap color entries in the checkbook with the color swap tool.
►Email your checkbook data as a .csv file to yourself.
►The two newest material design themes available: light and dark.
►Uses a simple user interface based off the Gmail app.
►NO rounding errors as seen in other checkbook apps (uses a simple algorithm to ignore floating point operations)
►NO internet, account, passwords, emails required!
►NO location data tracking
►The fastest, simplest, most colorful checkbook on Google Play!
-Check no. and ledger entry description added.
-True material theme added for devices operating lower than Android 5.0
-Many currency symbol options added.
-Added pin security option.
-Running totals of color categories added to line plot
-Can now swap two colors and labels simultaneously
-Filter tool added
-Pie chart breakdown for BOTH withdraws and deposits
-Can now format date for .csv email export
Checkbook Ledger Soul part of our Finance and have average installs from 500 to 1000. Last Update April 29, 2015. Google play rating is 82.0. Current verison is 1.052. Actual size 5.2 MB.
Many unique reasons to use this app and why you should use it Text: I would use it in order to cut down the total time that it takes to manage my personal finances and checkbook. This is because rather than doing it all at once at the end of the month, the user interface of this app is so easy to use that I can quickly input a transaction in the moment that I make it so that there are no surprise entries on my bank statement when it arrives in the mail. Sure, you can do this with other checkbooks, but the other checkbooks have such small buttons and poor user interfaces that it’s hard and tedious to do these transactions quickly like this app. In fact, I can input transactions effortlessly while waiting for a cashier to process my credit card. If the balances match immediately,
Simple Checkbook Free A useful thing about this app is that you can quickly enter a transaction while you are waiting in the cashier line. When the cashier rings up the amount, at say, the grocery store, you can look at the total and quickly enter the amount in this checkbook app in around a few seconds while they are processing your debit or credit card. Because of this, you can use it practically anywhere and even though it’s simple to use, it is still detailed and accurate as a checkbook should be. By this I mean, it keeps track of the date of each transaction and has a checkbox for each entry that you can check to verify and confirm the transaction. It took me about a total of 10 minutes to log all of my expenditures for the past two months, which is not that long. It was easy to input the entries because the buttons are big and are designed with ease of use and the user in mind. I rarely made mistakes when inputting data.
Elegant user-interface Quite frankly, I love the UI. What I like so much about it is that it’s simple and colorful, but detailed. All the action bar buttons are neatly placed at the top. The main action buttons that you will use more often are always shown while some of the auxiliary functions are collapsed in the dropdown menu. Additionally, you can access your different accounts in the drawer button at the top left quickly and effortlessly. Each line for each entry conveys the necessary amount of information like date, running balance, transaction amount, color, and a checkbox for you to use however you like. Additionally, deposits show the transaction as a green number while withdrawals are shown as a white number, so its easy to tell which entry is a deposit and which is a withdrawal. The line plot and pie charts really make good use of the color feature and also look great on any type of device. Lastly, if you don’t like the dark theme? Switch it to the material light theme – it looks great as well and is my personal preference.
Well-designed layout that looks great. Overall, the app is very user-friendly and intuitive. The balance of the layout is extremely good. For example, The colorful ledger entries take up the majority of the space with the current balance, easy to see at the top. Running balances are also seen for each entry in the ledger. The button which you will be pressing a lot, “new entry” button (pencil button), is conveniently placed near the bottom of the app which makes it extremely accessible, especially if you want to do quick entries. There is even an option for a “left-handed” layout that places the pencil button on the left side of the screen, rather than the right! Lastly, the different app utilities are nicely laid out at the top of the action bar and the icons have meaningful symbols. The drawer layout is intuitive and allows you to access your different accounts. All of this contributes to a simple, but elegant app look, and smooth user experience.
App operates as expected on tablets and Android versions 4.0 to 5.1 This app works perfectly. Of the different devices that I tried it on, it didn’t crash and doesn’t stall on any of them. It also looks proportional and similar if you were to run this device on a tablet versus a smartphone. The tablet naturally provides more space to view more transactions at once. Even if you are not running Android 5.0 Lollipop or higher, the developer made a conscious effort to design the look of the app to still look similar on Android 4.0 to 4.4. I tried out the options and worked my way through the app’s different functionalities, and it never crashed on me and each functionality was operating as expected. Data is saved locally to the device and isn’t transferred over the Internet unless you explicitly email yourself the data as a .csv file. This feature is good for those who want to export their data to their laptop for further storage or analysis.
Great UI, clean operation, and lots of features Although this app seems simple on the surface, it actually has a lot of detail and features. The obvious one, which is unique to this app is the color labeling system/feature. Here, you classify transactions at your discretion, with colors. If that’s not enough detail for you, you can associate each color with a text label to add more detail or in case you forget what each color stands for. Also, the color really adds to the dynamic look of the app, which is really unique to this app. Another feature is the ability to see the line plot of your balance over time. Also, you can look at the distribution of how you’re spending money via the pie chart. It shows the relative and the absolute amounts that you are spending for each color category. There’s an option to swap all the colors of one type to another color, in case you don’t like the color you originally picked for a certain type of transaction. There’s also an unlimited amount of accounts that you can create, which, in some other apps, I saw them restrict you to one unless you paid (The free and the paid version of this app have unlimited accounts). It’s also good that you can rename each account if you wish (some similar apps c
Simple Checkbook Free Running balance, easy to input entries, line plot of balance, and pie chart of expenditures. The colors and the material light and dark themes look smooth as well. Hasn't crashed at all on my device either. Most people would benefit from this app. First review!
Does what it says and looks great. Running balance, easy to input entries, line plot of balance, and pie chart of expenditures. The colors and the material light and dark themes look smooth as well. Hasn't crashed at all on my device either. Most people would benefit from this app. First review!
A new, novel, colorful take on personal finances This app takes a spin on the traditional method of personal finances by introducing colors to classify transactions in a checkbook. Entries are placed in a traditional manner, by inputting the date and amount deposited or withdrawn. However, there is also an option to pick the color that the transaction appears as in the ledger. This color is used to identify entries within the ledger at a glance, based on what you, the user deem each color to represent. The app takes the color concept further by displaying color points in a running balance line chart corresponding to the color of each transaction. Additionally, the app uses the colors to show a pie chart breakdown of the withdraw transactions. You can also add labels to associate with each color to further detail and specify what each color represents. The user interface is simple and easy to use and looks very nice, especially with the new changes of the Android 5.0 material design.
I organize food as yellow, amazon payments as orange. The colors give me a useful breakdown over time. Turns out I spend quite a bit on Amazon
Simple and useful Does what it says
Way too basic Can't transfer from one account to another
I use it for my different budgets
Useful except for.... I really wish it had the capability to go back and edit the decription for the transaction so that I could enter it later.