Cash Diary Pocket PC 1.6
Requirements: Pocket PC, Pocket PC 2002, Pocket PC 2003, Windows Mobile 2003 for Pocket PC
Cash Diary Pocket PC is a useful tool designed to manage your money for you. Keep Cash Diary with you and review it at the end of each day, week, and month... You‘ll be surprised how much money you spent that you didn‘t need to spend. If you get in the practice of using the View Balance as the baseline for all your spending habits, you‘ll always have control over your money.
Cash Diary is designed to let you quickly enter and view your registered spending. It has a highly intuitive graphical user interface. You don‘t have to learn how to use it - you just use it. It lets you register your spending and categorize it, but even more important, Cash Diary lets you view the statistics of the money you‘ve spent under different registered categories.
You can export your registered cash to your Desktop PC
Cash Diary allows to export your registered cash and statistics in a Comma Separated Values (CSV) file. CSV is an ASCII text file where the data lines are organized so each column value is separated by a comma from the next column value. Each row starts a new line. The CSV Export file will be saved on your Pocket PC (in a folder of your choice: Business or Personal). The file will have the extension .csv reserved for the CSV file type. This file can then be easily exported to your Desktop PC via the ActiveSync program or "manually" via Windows Explorer. You can open a CSV file in Excel (either by double-clicking in Windows or by using File | Open in Excel) for further analysis.
Cash Diary Pocket PC lets you view statistics reports for the money you‘ve spent under different categories within a selected date range. You can also export these statistics in a Comma Separated Values (CSV) file.
Changing the Decimal Symbol and the Digit Grouping Symbol
Due to the difference in how Europeans and Americans (and others in other countries) represent digit grouping symbols and decimal symbols, a complicated problem can occur. What do you do then? Well, let‘s take a look.
In the US, commas (",") are used as grouping symbols, and periods (".") as decimal symbols. So, in US you would write 38,420.23 whereas in Europe the same value would appear as 38.420,23. The value, however, is the same or "Thirty-eight thousand, four hundred twenty, and twenty-three one hundredths" of something. Cash Diary allows you to set your own Digit Grouping Symbol.
" -extremely simple and efficient way to track money flow on ppc-
simple, straight to the point tracking system for money on the go without wasting time with excessive data entry fields. this is the best money software i‘ve found here on download.com.... and trust me, i‘ve almost tried them all !!!! " user, CNET DOWNLOAD.COM
"This is exactly what I need, easy to use, for record every transaction and export to the pc at the end of the day." Carlos Rosero using iPAQ 1945