Personal finance app Pocketbook closed its doors on 5 August 2022. You can no longer access your account and all Pocketbook services have been discontinued.
Here are the best alternatives for those looking for a new budgeting or money management app.
Best Pocketbook alternatives
1. The Finder app
The Finder app is a free all-in-one budgeting and personal finance app, with the ability to track your spending, bills and net worth, get your free credit score, compare and connect financial products like credit cards, car loans and insurance and even trade cryptocurrency.
Frollo is an open banking-based platform that lets you connect to over 90 different banks, categorise your spending and bills and verify your income.
With WeMoney, you can connect your financial accounts, track and categorise your transactions and bills. You can also set monthly budgets and track your net worth.
Fudget is a simplified budget planner app that doesn't require you to connect your bank account. However, this means you'll need to enter all your transactions manually and you won't get any spending insights or automatic categorisation.
For more options, see our list of the best budgeting and money apps in Australia
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