With the introduction to apps, getting things done is much easier today than it used to be. However, that does not seem to be the case with our finances. Usage of financial management apps are at only 11.1% for people age 55-64 and that number only rises to 33.3% for our young, tech savvy 18-24 year olds.
Amazingly, there are still 55.8% of people that do not use a website to manage their money. This stat really surprises me. With the ease of use, real-time access, cost savings and incentives; I would think a larger portion of the population would make that part of their regular money management routine.
Check out the info graphic below for more information and stats. Towards the end of the graphic is a list of smart phone apps that you might be able to use to improve your day to day money management.
The list for iPhone include Mint, Spendee, Budgt, Check and Dollarbird. Android apps include Pageonce, Mint, Expense Manager, Moneywise and Droidwallet.
Do you use a money management app that is not on the list? If so, please let us know in the comments below.
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