There are plenty of wonderful, extensive finance apps out there. But, what if you just want a basic, simple app for budgeting? Maybe you only need to track shopping lists, gifts for holidays or birthdays, or even just a few bills. This is where a new app called Budge – Budgeted Shopping Lists can save the day.
Create your budgets
Just tap the plus icon to add a new budget to your list. You can keep track of household items, pet supplies, groceries, or even bills you need to pay. Give your budget a name and starting dollar amount to begin.
Add your items
After you have created a budget, simply add the items for it with a quantity. They will then pop right into your shopping list until they have been purchased. This makes it easy to see what you need to pay for, whether it is for a daily, weekly, or monthly budget.
Purchase your items
When you have paid for something on your list, just tap it to add the details. Put in the price, quantity, and select whether it is taxable or not. The item will then be calculated, deducted from the budget balance, and placed into the cart as a purchased item.
Additional Budge features
- Add unlimited budgets and items
- Add your local sales tax rate for correct calculations
- Delete items from the “to purchase” area with a swipe
- Move items from your cart to the “to purchase” area with a swipe
- Empty your entire cart with a tap
Budge – Budgeted Shopping Lists is a clean and uncomplicated app for helping you with simple budgeting. While its name suggests that it is for shopping lists, it can certainly come in handy for bills as well.
The app is compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch and available for an introductory price of $0.99 on the App Store through March 15. So, if you are looking for a basic budgeting app like this, grab it today before the price goes up.
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