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Android Checkbook App – Do any of them sync??


5:03 pm
April 8, 2012

Finance Yoga



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Hey there gang, this has absolutely nothing to do with blogging, and I am sorry. Since there are a lot of PF bloggers here, I figured, who better to ask than this group Laugh

I just switched from my blackberry 8310 to the new Samsung Galaxy 2 Epic Touch (after MUCH debate of whether to get the iPhone or this one, glad I made this choice). I am looking for a checkbook register app for android that sync's between 2 android phones (pref. automatically). My wife also has a galaxy so we are both using android. I am the primary person who takes care of the finances, and have an app that I really like on my iPad but it will not sync to android and that particular checkbook register app doesn't offer an android option. The reason I want to move away from using the app on the ipad is that we manage our finances and budget together (no "1" person is in charge), and it is frustrating not having an app that syncs. I don't care if I have to pay for it as long as it will sync between phones automatically. I will take any and all suggestions. Thanks a bunch for all your help in finding an app that will work. 


(FYI – I have downloaded a few of the free ones and am trying them out as we speak. We have used moola in the past and was very happy with it, but that was a year or so ago and it didn't sync then. Splash money isn't very reliable as it syncs only when it wants to and force closes on my phone.)

7:37 pm
April 8, 2012




posts 1041

I did some googling (not an Android user) and found several references to one called Clear Checkbook – apparently it's web-based and syncs between multiple phones. Hope that helps!




8:05 am
April 11, 2012

Finance Yoga



posts 86

It does! It seems to be the best one that I have found yet. Thanks.Laugh

10:02 am
April 11, 2012

Eric –

Portland, OR


posts 2120

Why not just use Mint to track everything?

3:14 pm
May 2, 2012


Richfield, OH


posts 38

Thanks for this post— just downloaded Clear Checkbook, should make tracking much easier. 

Denise Gabbard

Blog:  Write and Get Paid!




11:22 pm
December 31, 2013


New Member

posts 1

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2:01 pm
May 23, 2014


New Member

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I know this is late to the game but this thread has a lot of views so I assume a lot of people are looking for an Android budget app that syncs between two people. I use Goodbudget ( and it's free (though they have a paid upgraded version). It has a website and can sync between two phones. Easy peasy. It's an envelope budgeting system. hope that helps :)


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