Dollarbird Helps You Track Expenses With An Easy-To-Use Calendar-Like Design

Dollarbird, the Personal Finance Tracker with a Calendar, has launched on the App Store today for your iPhone. It’s essentially a finance-tracking app that uses a simple calendar-like design to help you keep track of earnings, bills, and expenses. Like the app description says, it’s as easy “as adding events to a calendar!”

Here’s what Dollarbird can do for you:

  • Find out what you spend your money on
  • Make a plan and project how much money you’ll have in the future
  • Get reminders for monthly bills.

With Dollarbird you don’t have to register or set up any of your bank account information. When you open it up, the first thing you’ll be asked is how much money you currently have, which is the starting point for all of your future income and expenses.

Instead of using grids and charts and graphs galore, like a lot of other finance apps, Dollarbird uses an interface that most people are already familiar with: a calendar grid. The starting figure that you provide will appear on the day you first launch the app and continue from there. To add new entries, just highlight a certain day and swipe from top to bottom.

There are different categories to choose from, like Groceries, Clothing, Fun, Gifts, Car, Travel, Education, Utilities, and more, but you have free range to set up your own color-coded categories so you can personalize Dollarbird to suit your needs.

A great feature of Dollarbird is the bill reminders. Thinking about when bills are due can be a little stressful. With Dollarbird you can set up reminders so you don’t have to think about your bills or worry you might forget to pay some. Schedule all of your reminders so you won’t have to think about them all month long, but won’t forget to pay them either when it’s time.

Overall, this looks like a great finance tracking app and, like the name suggests, it’ll only cost you a dollar for this simple and easy-to-use app. Get it now from the App Store.

Kaylie lives in Ottawa and got her first Mac in 2007 and is now a fan for life.