Alternatives to MoneyBrilliant
MoneyBrilliant shut down in December 2022. Here are the best alternative money management apps.
MoneyBrilliant closed its app and web services on 16 December 2022. You no longer have access to your account and the MoneyBrilliant app and web services will be unavailable.
Here are popular alternatives for those looking to move to a new money management app.
Best MoneyBrilliant alternatives
1. The Finder app
The Finder app is a free all-in-one money management and finance app that lets you track all your accounts, spending and net worth. You can also compare and connect financial products like credit cards, car loans and insurance, and get your free credit score.
Frollo lets you connect to dozens of banks, automatically categorise your spending and bills, set a budget and get goal tracking and savings tips.
WeMoney is a "social financial wellness" app that helps you track your debts and accounts, and get personalised offers on loans.
For more options, see our list of the best budgeting and money apps in Australia
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