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Top 5 Best Budgeting Apps in Japan

Top 5 Best Budgeting Apps in Japan

Hello Smilers, in this blog we listed up the top 5 best budgeting tools in Japan. 

You can use these Apps to manage your income to maximize your financial resources. 

These are not necessary to use but we are sure that this will help you with your budgeting.

1. Zaim

Japanese personal finance application Zaim has pushed out a new update to its iOS app that gives it one very exciting and powerful feature for budgeting. For users here in Japan, the app now has convenient OCR functionality which enables you to record and categorize your purchases simply by taking photos of your receipts.
You can use this app to monitor all your expenses. You can also connect the app to your personal bank account to automatically input your income so you can have more time for making your budgeting plan.

2. Mint

Mint is a budgeting app that syncs many kinds of accounts: checking and savings, credit cards, loans, investments, and bills.
As far as the actual budgeting, Mint automatically puts your spending into budget categories. You can personalize these categories, which are unlimited. You set limits for these categories, and Mint lets you know if you’re approaching those limits.

3. Money Forward ME

Just like Zaim, this app will let you connect multiple bank accounts to manage all your incomes for budgeting. You can connect your credit or debit cards and the app will automatically input and categorize your expenses so you don’t need to input them one by one. Money Forward ME also has a very useful calendar where you can see all your expenses and incomes in one glance.

Download it on App Store and Google Play

4. Money Tree

This app is very useful for budgeting if you have many bank accounts. In Money Tree, you can register up to 50 bank accounts and you can update all bank accounts at the same time. You can also set an alarm on how much is your budget for your categorized expenses. Also in this app, you can monitor how many points you have on your point cards.

5. Coinkeeper

Coinkeeper has a very easy UI design and it helps you to track your spending easier. You can also customize your own app on what category you want for budgeting. Coinkeeper also provides you with a graph where you can analyze your expenses for your next budgeting plan. You can`t connect your Bank accounts in this app, but you can share your budgeting plan with your friends or family.

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