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    GnuCash is a mobile finance expense tracker application for Android.

    It is a companion application for GnuCash for the desktop and enables flexible tracking of expenses on-the-go which can be exported to QIF or GnuCash XML formats.

    Some of feature highlights include:

    • An easy-to-use interface.

    • Chart of Accounts: A master account can have a hierarchy of detail accounts underneath it.
    This allows similar account types (e.g. Cash, Bank, Stock) to be grouped into one master account (e.g. Assets).
    You can also import an existing account hierarchy from GnuCash desktop.

    • Split Transactions: A single transaction can be split into several pieces to record taxes, fees, and other compound entries.

    • Double Entry: Every transaction must debit one account and credit another by an equal amount. This ensures that the "books balance": that the difference between income and outflow exactly equals the sum of all assets, be they bank, cash, stock or other.

    • Income/Expense Account Types (Categories): These serve not only to categorize your cash flow, but when used properly with the double-entry feature, these can provide an accurate Profit&Loss statement.

    • Scheduled Transactions: GnuCash has the ability to automatically create and enter transactions.

    • Export to GnuCash XML, QIF or OFX: GnuCash can export your accounts/transactions in different formats for use in other programs. Also, scheduled exports to 3rd-party sync services like DropBox and Google Drive can be enabled.

    • Reports: View summary of transactions (income and expenses) as pie/bar/line charts

    • Homescreen widget for quick access to your accounts and recording of transactions

    NOTE: that the app does not offer full compatibility with GnuCash for the desktop. You cannot synchronize between the desktop app and this one. But you can import your accounts and transactions from GnuCash XML files.

    What does the app use the requested permissions for?
    • READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE: Used to export transactions/accounts to the SD card
    • RECEIVE_BOOT_COMPLETED: Used to restart service for scheduled transactions or exports after device is rebooted
    • VIBRATE: Used to provide haptic feedback when entering some inputs
    • WAKE_LOCK: Used for keeping device active when exporting scheduled transactions in the background service
    • INTERNET/ACCESS_NETWORK_STATE: Used when exporting accounts/transactions to 3rd-party service like Google Drive or DropBox

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    Users comments for GnuCash

    A Google user

    by A Google user

    Nov 20, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    Love this app!

    Charles Reeves

    by Charles Reeves

    Nov 19, 2017  |  "Great"

    Still setting things up so far working out well

    Stephan Fraundienst

    by Stephan Fraundienst

    Nov 19, 2017  |  "OK"

    Very useful and functionally designed App. But it crashes when I enter the export menu, which is crucial for it to work as an interface of the desktop program. I really hope this bug will be fixed soon

    Keelee Jensen

    by Keelee Jensen

    Nov 16, 2017  |  "OK"

    I really like the idea, and the ability to control so much, but when I was adding in accounts and transactions I realized that in my sub account I have transactions listed as expenses, and in the parent account they will be listed as income.

    Shahroz Hassan

    by Shahroz Hassan

    Nov 13, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    Great app to keep track of daily expenses and overall budget. Easy to use but requires a bit of accounting knowledge for a better understanding but could work without it in my opinion.

    Harold Bien

    by Harold Bien

    Nov 11, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    I have been using GnuCash on the desktop for several years keeping track of my personal spending and budgets. After I got married, GnuCash was indispensable in tracking expenses of the entire household. However, it was difficult to get my wife to enter transactions and so I resorted to tracking by receipts. This usually took a few hours at the end of each month in entering all the receipts. With this app, I can easy enter transactions as we go - either myself personally or at the end of the day from my wife. It makes it so much easier to track my expenses. In the past, this was very limited functionality as it didn't integrate well with the desktop. Now, although it's still separate, it's much easier to combine the desktop with the mobile version. Kudos to the development team for such a useful application and it's continued improvement - all in a volunteer basis!