Account Tracker lands in the Windows Phone Store

Account Tracker from Graham Haley and Response Ltd. is now live in the Windows Phone Store.  Account Tracker is a personal finance app that has had a bit of success over on the iPhone and based on our first impressions it should do well on the Windows Phone platform.

Account Tracker is laid out nicely taking advantage of the panorama and tile design of the Windows Phone's Modern UI. The main pages of Account Tracker will display an account summary of all your financial accounts, a transaction entry screen with tiles to add spending, income, refund and transfer activities, a budgets page and pages that will chart cash flow and spending.

Additional key features of Account Tracker include:

  • Group accounts into one or more account groups, for example to separate personal accounts from your business ones
  • Set up alerts, if an account is likely to go overdrawn, or hit its overdraft limit
  • Set up bill reminders for non-automatic transactions
  • Add payee/payer details and categories to each transaction to track where you are spending your money and on what
  • Split a transaction across multiple categories
  • Reconcile your account data with your statements, either manually or automatically (based on transaction date)
  • Set spending and income budgets to track your cash flow over time
  • View detailed and powerful reports showing account balances, and cash flow, as well as a breakdown of spending, income and transfers by category
  • Account data can be secured using a PIN code

Account Tracker will also allow for your data to be backed up on your Skydrive account and Live Tile support is available to make it easier to monitor individual accounts or add transactions.  

There is a trial version of Account Tracker that is limited to 25 transactions.  The full version of Account Tracker is slated to run $2.49 and you can find it here at the Windows Phone Store.

George Ponder

George is the Reviews Editor at Windows Central, concentrating on Windows 10 PC and Mobile apps. He's been a supporter of the platform since the days of Windows CE and uses his current Windows 10 Mobile phone daily to keep up with life and enjoy a game during down time.