Money Plus on sale for 50% off for a limited time

By Alicia Erlich on 16 Aug 2014 04:42 pm EDT

As part of the promotion BlackBerry India is currently offering selected applications for 50% off from now until August 25th.

One of those applications is Money Plus, which we have featured before for both the PlayBook and in the roundup for BlackBerry 10. If you are not familiar with Money Plus, it is an expense tracking and financial management application. As a feature rich application for tracking your transactions and accounts and includes the ability to categorize, backup, password protect, schedule transactions, supports various currencies including India's rupee and Indonesia's Rupiah, and reconciliation.

The developer has let us know that the sale on their application is not restricted to those in India but available to all users worldwide. This Built for BlackBerry application is normally $1.99 to purchase but the sale reduced it to $0.99.

You can take advantage of the sale price for the BlackBerry PlayBook and BlackBerry 10 devices at the link.

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Reader comments

Money Plus on sale for 50% off for a limited time


I already have this one... it's good but I don't use it as much as I'd like too.

Posted using the best phone ever, the Z30!

I've been using it for a long time and really like it; just wish they had a video to learn more about it though.

arTie's berry "Q10"

I've had this app for a while now and I've yet to even use it. To be honest I don't really know where to start. A tutorial on how it works and its benefits would be great

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Is any of these apps' data exportable into some format, like Quicken, Microsoft Money, GnuCash, even just plain Excel?

One thing is, I don't want to punch in all that data into an app and then have it locked in there forever without being able to re-use it elsewhere...

What happens if the app is discontinued, stops working, I lose the phone + backup won't restore / or I can't reinstall from BBW, etc. ... ?

 BlackBerry? I premdict the future's gonna be chenomenal! 

This is a good standalone software only.

Sadly if you use quicken like me, the interface is poor.

Exporting raw data and having it seamlessly enter quicken is not there.

Quicken should do a BlackBerry App.

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