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Budget Touch



Budget Touch uses the envelope model of budgeting. Set aside money for your standard expenses, then know how much you have left to enjoy.

Enter your expenses, and view your account and envelope balances while on the go. You can also get reports, see graphs, list your transactions, and much more.

Budget Touch can be used stand alone or synced with the desktop version of Budget (Mac or Windows) via WiFi. When used together Budget and Budget Touch are an unbeatable combination to help you manage your money, stay out of debt, and save for the fun things in life.


- Beautiful and fluid interface on iPad takes full advantage of the large screen.

- Password protected with strong AES-128 encryption of your data.

- Fast transaction entry: Select from a list of previous entries or type a new entry, enter an amount, and touch save. It's that simple.

- Transaction support for deposits, checks, debits, ATM, charges, refunds, and credit card payments.

- Create transactions in single envelopes or split them between multiple envelopes.

- Enter your income to a single envelope or use the split deposit to manually distribute it.

- Transfer money between envelopes or accounts.

- View transactions in accounts or envelopes.

- Organize your transactions by month, quarter, or year.

- Create as many bank accounts, credit card accounts, envelopes and envelope groups as you want to categorize your expenses.

- Customize your accounts and envelopes with built in icons.

- Set spending limits for your envelopes and see graphically how you are doing.

- See account balances, envelope balances, net balances, and a running balance with your transactions.

- Bank accounts can be reconciled (balanced) against bank statements.

- Get graphs and reports for expenses, deposits, budgets, and many more.

- Export your data via email in either tab-separated, QIF or OFX format.

- Export reports in HTML format.

- Print reports on iOS 4.2 or later.

Pay Source System (Paid Add On)

- Define your income and have Budget Touch calculate how much to put towards each envelope.

- Automatically distribute your income to your envelopes.

Recurring Transactions (Paid Add On)

- Schedule future transactions and be reminded when they are due.

- App icon is badged to show the number of due or overdue transactions. On iOS 4 and later, the badge is updated even when Budget Touch is not running.


US English, British English, partial German translation


Compatible with iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch

Requires iOS 4.3 or later

Sync with Mac requires Budget v6.3 or later

Sync with Windows requires Budget v5.0 or later

What's New in Version 1.6.4

v1.6.1 added:
+ iPhone 5 support.
+ iOS 7 compatibility fixes.
+ Other minor fixes.

v1.6.2 added:
+ Fixed crash on sync from some desktop versions of Budget.
+ Fixed display of bank accounts on iPad when launching in landscape orientation.

v1.6.3 adds:
+ iOS 8 compatibility fixes.
+ Fixed express transaction creation
+ Fixed minor memory leaks.
+ Many minor fixes and cosmetic enhancements
+ Improved 64-bit support for iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.

v1.6.4 adds:
+ Fixed start up and sync issues for 64-bit hardware (iPhone 5s, 6, 6 Plus, iPad Air, iPad Mini).
+ Restored tap on info icon of bank account to show all account transactions on iPhone/iPod Touch.

iPhone Screenshots

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Rated 4/5 based on 3 customer reviews.


5/5 stars

Terrific App

I have been using the desk top application for almost three years. I began looking for an alternative when Quicken for Mac stalled in development. I bought several of the most popular applications involving financial management. I found this one to be the right fit for me. It was simple enough to use and I could make it track my financial progress with as much detail as I wanted. In short, I love the desktop application. I would like to see some efforts made to allow the tracking of loans and mortgages though.

Now to the iPhone application. This app is a great compliment to the desktop application. I can enter transactions in as little as four steps. Not bad considering other application require more steps. More importantly, it lets me keep an eye on my spending in any one category. For example, I frequently overspend in my dining and groceries categories. With the iPhone app, I can watch those categories closely when I'm eating out or purchasing groceries.

I sync the iPhone app daily with my desktop and I clear transactions weekly with my bank. I've gone from a retrospective to a prospective approach to managing my finances. I feel more secure in knowing that the money I earn is being put to work for me, and I haven't had to worry about whether I have enough to cover the infrequent expenses like auto insurance in over two years.

I love these two application. They are relatively cheap and updates are always free. Quicken could learn a lot from this developer.

5/5 stars

Excellent Application

I use both Budget for the Mac and Budget Touch on my iPad. I am very pleased. I am a devotee of Dave Ramsey's Financial Peace budgeting and envelope system. Budget implements this the way I would. It handles income sources, checking savings and credit card accounts. the coolest thing though is the envelope system. While my checking account holds the real money, the envelopes reflect my allocation of my funds to catagories. When an envelope runs dry, I need to stop spending in that area or find somewhere else to cut back so I can move cash to the envelope in trouble. The software works as advertised and the synchronization between the iMac and the iPad versions is exactly what I expected. Great job!!!

4/5 stars

Does one thing and does it well.

I've been a long time Quicken user for tracking my finances, but it has always seemed like it missed the mark on keeping you on budget. And I really wanted a simple but flexible app to keep me honest.

I looked at a half dozen apps and cloud based solutions including Moneywell, Mint, mVelopes, squirrel, YNAB. Some were too powerful and not really targeted to just envelope budgeting, the cloud based ones ha monthly costs (don't really want to add another monthly expense when trying to cut costs) and some just didn't have that string visual appeal. You want to be able to SEE how fast the money is going away and where you are beating budget.

Moneywell and Budget Touch were the top contenders for me. I went with BT based on reviews. WARNING. This app is not quite intuitive enough to use without reading the documentation first. I also recommend going to their website and reading the forum first at snowmintcs.com. There are a lot of simple workarounds to do oddball tasks.

Overall the app and documentation can stand some tweaking, but once I figured it out it has need VERY easy to use and is doing the job well. Recommended.


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