Contest: 50 Free Copies of Money for BlackBerry

By Adam Zeis on 10 Sep 2009 11:07 am EDT
Money for BlackBerry

Free money you say? Well kind of. New developer ChanguitoSoft has released Money For Blackberry - a great personal finance manager for your mobile device. You can track assets, cash, checks, bank, savings, line of credit, credit card and more. Money for Blackberry supports over 177 currencies, allows for multiple accounts, you can schedule recurring transactions and it even integrates with your desktop finance software (exports to QIF or plain text). If you are looking for an "on the go" finance tracker, Money For BlackBerry is just the thing. The app sells for $9.99 but is available for only $5.99 through September 15th. To celebrate the release, we have 50 free copies to give away. Just leave a comment on this post to enter. Contest ends this Sunday at Midnight PST. Please only leave one comment, multiple submissions won't count.

Topics: Contests

Adam Zeis Adam Zeis "Mobile Nations Content Strategist" 3740 (articles) 2892 (forum posts)

Reader comments

Contest: 50 Free Copies of Money for BlackBerry



So you mean with this application, I could keep track of how much I am spending on!


I really need to track my finances better and was just thinking about this all this morning. Imagine my surprise when I came on to crackberry and saw this "Money for Blackberry" program...and even more elation when I realized it could be mine for FREE. For someone who needs to keep their finances in check, FREE is a wonderful thing!

Anything with the "Free", "Blackberry" and "Money" all in the same sentence is a very good thing indeed!

looking for an inexpensive app that I can keep track of my finances including my checkbook without logging into my laptop and opening MSMoney. This one would be a great help to win!

Wow, a wondeful app so I can track my travel and business expenses and of course when the wife goes on a shopping spree...

to WIN SOMETHING LOL. I've not ever won anything... Thus the mathematical probability for me to keep trying....




Actually no...NEED this. Since I went BB I haven't been using any financial tracking software and while surrounded with fancy baubles and high-priced prostitutes, I believe I may indeed be in overdraft at my local financial institution, as evidenced by the fact that my car is being towed away as I type this.

I've been using eCheckRegister..and this looks even more full featured. Do my financing mostly via BB!

I've been using eCheckRegister..and this looks even more full featured. Do my financing mostly via BB!

Oh, it would be so kind and great if you chose this comment to give a free copy of this program. Earlier this week I lost my job, and my wife (also a BB Storm and Crackberry user) are trying to rework our finances. The timing would be perfect for picking up a free copy.

Hope to hear from you soon!


hope i win the contest!! and seriously, how come the banks don't make an app like this?? it boggles my mind man... i guess the same reason they took all our money...they stink! :-P

This would be great for me I use Money everyday on my PC and if I could get this for Blackberry Man OH Man I would be in heaven!!!

Sounds like finally there is a dedicated finance manager software for the blackberry. I have previously used such types but none had this range of features like integration into text files etc. Looking forward to have this.

It would be really nice to keep track of my expenses. I know I spend on things I don't need a little too much. (But I don't want to do it on paper.)

I'd love to have a chance to win a app that will help me with my finances! Hope I get the chance!!


Come on Crackberry it's time for a "W" in one of these free giveaways... Plus I would actually use this app often! Hook me up! Cheers...

I used to use Money on my old WM smartphone...I was looking for a good alternative for my 8900. This looks like just the thing.

This is such a necessary tool. I usually just takes notes of my spending and list it month by month on my note pad. No calculations are done electronically, I compute it all on my own. Scary!! Please send me one for free... my notes say I won't be able to afford it for $5.99! (okay, that's not true - but my spending for the month would be a nicer $5.99 less than if I buy the product.) LOL! :)

Would thank you for not giving me any excuses as to where that £30 went :)
Looks pretty useful wouldn't mind giving it a road test.

well, I teach personal financial management to new recruits and thought I can show them some stuff using this program.