Pros and cons.
I'm using the program (Best Expense) to track my spendings. Each time I buy something - I'm typin... MorePros and cons.
I'm using the program (Best Expense) to track my spendings. Each time I buy something - I'm typing it in the phone. It's much better then collecting checks. Sometime you can not receive check, or it's complicated. This is a nice collecting program. But I was not able to get a good export to QIF file. I've reinstalled app several times, using different languages during installation. Mobile: Nokia 6120C. Install file: "Best_expense_s60_3_v_1_02.sisx" After reading about QIF format I figured out, that the program does not insert "Type" field in the QIF file. While typing my expenses, I enter Amount, Type, Date, Currency, Paid With, Category, Note. But after export I'm getting the QIF file, where D-date, T-amount, L-Category, M-description. But no Type! Why wasting time, typing "Type" of expences, if the program does not export this field? Export using CSV works fine. But my program "Family 2009 Pro" uses QIF files to import data. Thanks for the program and for your attention. :)
Pros: Simple, quick enough, export to csv, QIF
Cons: I was not able to get a good export to QIF file.