iQuick Debt Payoff

iQuick Debt Payoff


(4 stars)


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1,000 - 5,000 downloads

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** One of the best financial planner on the Market!

** box upload support is now available in premium version.

iQuick Debt Payoff, is a financial calculator and planner that computes payment schedules for multiple loans utilizing roll-down accelerated payment methods.

Use this powerful and user-friendly loan calculator for setting debt elimination plans to become debt free quickly and save thousands of dollars in interest payment.

It lets you to:

- Figure out the best possible plan to pay off credit cards debt while minimizing overall interest.

- Calculate plan based on "Lowest balance first" (default) or "Highest interest first" methods.

- Know which card is costing you the hightest in interest payments.

- Estimate savings by making additional payment each month and determine roll-down accelerated payment plan for multiple credit cards simultaneously.

- Compute full amortization schedule and see snapshot of a loan, including total balance, interest rate, total interest paid, monthly payment etc.

- Save complete payment schedules on external or internal SD memory.

- Present calculation in USD as well as in other commonly used currencies around the world.

- Compare loans to see which is best. It lets you compare up to 10 loans.

- Email amortization table using SMTP servers (with SSL authentication), such as Gmail, Yahoo, etc.

- Export and attach amortization table in CSV format.

- Upload Payment schedules (CSV format) to the box account.

1. Box upload support is only available after premium upgrade.
2. For other loan types, such as Mortgage, see our comprehensive iQuick Calculator Pro.

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Recently changed in this version

- Minor formatting changes for button labels targeting ICS.
- 'Quick View' feature is now available in 'premium version'. Use this to find your Payoff goal.
- Added premium support to upload payment schedules directly to 'box' accounts.

Comments and ratings for iQuick Debt Payoff
  • (56 stars)

    by Gus Patino on 22/12/2014

    On top of paying 1.99 for the app we need and additional .99 for more features that other app have that are free snowball effect doesn't work leaves positive balance on account paid off enstead of applying that positive to the next balance nothing that a free app would have

  • (56 stars)

    by Dgreatestblackman1 on 07/03/2014

    Hey,I thought I purchased the premium when I paid for the app awhile ago. But I guess the premium premium cost .99? When I purchased the this app all the premium features weren't free with the purchase of your app? -Confused

  • (56 stars)

    by Jessica J on 22/12/2013

    I have enjoyed this app, however I paid 6.99 for it. For that price I feel like it should tell you and let you adjust the payoff times, and when you pay extra it should let place that on the one accout. After already pay 6.99 for the app it is now telling me I need the .99 upgrade. I am trying to payoff my debt not keep spending on an app that should help me!

  • (56 stars)

    by Carmen Guzman-Talavera on 18/10/2013

    The app is not working the way I planned it would. First im not able to manage my loans it is a blank screen. It doesn't set the payments correctly with extra payments

  • (56 stars)

    by Steve S on 01/10/2013


  • (56 stars)

    by Manny St Peter on 15/05/2013

    my phone is too old but I see tthe capabilities...great app..

  • (56 stars)

    by Mr Rick on 26/04/2013

    My premium upgraded QUICK VIEW function added my interest rates together and displayed a combined interest rate of 150%. Furthermore, the page which displays the list of loans was completely blank. A paid financial app tool should not have these mistakes.

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