If you’re trying to stick to a budget, it’s a good idea to keep a record of everything you spend, but it’s hard work writing everything down in a notebook. Every time you buy something, simply enter it into the Spendometer on your phone, and it will keep a record for you. Set your own spending limits, and choose how your spending will be reported – daily, weekly or monthly. There are four default categories to choose from – clothes, entertainment, going out, food and drink, or you can choose your own. Check if you can afford a purchase before you buy it. Spendometer helps you:

  • Set budget limits so that you don’t overspend
  • See your ‘spending speed’; see where, and how much, of your money has been spent so far in a given week or month
  • Log spending in under 10 secs
  • Set a special “going out” function to help to limit overspending on a night out

Free to download from link below

Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
iOS 4.0 or later.

We regret that, due to technical issues, Spendometer is currently only available for Apple devices.

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Customer Reviews

New Version is great!
by helen930929087431

I just downloaded the new version (with bug fixes) and it works really nicely!

One in four Brits has no idea how much they spend in a week, a budgeting tool that is accessible and easy to use is vital.

Online Budget Builder

Our online Budget Builder allows you to skip the paper, and get a budget written up in no time – without having to do any fancy maths. You can even come back and amend it later if your circumstances change – just remember to save it (don’t worry, your information is kept private, and we won’t share it with anyone). Click here to get started

The Student Moneymanual

The Student Moneymanual

The Student MoneyManual is the essential guide to student finance and managing money at university.

Many young people become financially independent for the first time in their lives when they go to university and have to manage their own student loans and income.

Our Student Moneymanual helps give students and parents all the key information they need to manage their money at uni, including details on the student finance package, repaying loans and living on a student budget.

You can order through PayPal by selecting the number of copies you wish to order below. All you need is a credit or debit card (you do not need to set up a PayPal account).

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Download your free copy of the 2016/17 Student Moneymanual here.

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The Money Manual

The Money Manual


From shopping sprees to pension plans, ISAs to investments, money plays a crucial role in your wellbeing.  So, no matter what your situation, everyone can do with a little helping hand on the basics of good money management. Our essential Money Manual offers handy tips and advice on key areas including planning for the future, the best savings options for you and your needs, how to recognise and tackle debt, understanding financial products and the ins & outs of everyday money. Read more here If you would prefer to pay via BACS or cheque then please email accounts@themoneycharity.org.uk with your details and number of copies you wish to order.

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Money Tips

Struggling with debt?  Or just after a bit of advice on creating a budget? We can help. Watch our videos below for some top tips, tutorials and general money awareness.

  • Dealing with credit card debt and unpaid bills
  • Stay on top of your money
  • How To Make A Budget