A few weeks ago, we got a chance to try out the Android version of the FourFour two budgeting apps, and we were impressed.
They really did give you some control over how much money you’re spending.
They even offered a way to split your budget with friends.
We loved that we had the option to keep a balance sheet and make changes to it.
FourFourOne is different.
It’s a completely separate app.
You’re only allowed to do one thing at a time, and you’re not allowed to adjust your budget by adding or subtracting money from your balance sheet.
It doesn’t even offer any sort of way to add or subtract money.
The only way you can add money is by entering a number.
And, as with most budgeting applications, you can only spend money on what you can afford.
In fact, there’s a $20 limit on how much you can spend.
And if you can’t afford it, you’re stuck with the default settings.
So while FourFour can offer some basic functionality to keep your balance and spending under control, it’s also a bit limited.
For example, if you’re a single person with no children, there aren’t any options to add money to your balance.
FourThree does offer some nice features, but it’s more of a “one size fits all” budgeting application, and it’s really just a way for you to manage your finances without having to go through the hassle of going through the app.
If you want a budgeting tool that’s more tailored to your needs and budgeting needs, the Android app is the way to go.
Pros: Lots of options Cons: You can only budget for what you need to budget for Pros: It’s not a “do this or else” budgeter Android app, so you can do more than one thing At least it’s not too expensive For more on FourFour, check out our review.
The iPhone version of FourFour is actually quite similar to the Android one.
It has a budget tool that you can enter a number for each of the categories you’d like to review, and there are also a few more categories available for you.
There’s also an “Edit” button, which lets you add, delete, or rearrange the categories.
If that’s all you have, then you’re in luck.
The app will also let you add categories from the top of your screen, but you’ll have to tap on the categories and then click “Edit.”
That’s a little more of an “in the middle” approach, so it’s a bit less user friendly than it could be.
The main thing you can really do is see which categories you’re reviewing and rearrange them to the right for your needs.
There are some interesting features here, too.
For instance, you get a list of categories that are “best for your budget.”
You can also choose to review specific categories in each category.
The bottom bar on the top bar shows you how much each category costs to cover, and then you can see how much of that money is going to be left over after you’ve reviewed the categories, as well as how much time you have left to spend reviewing them.
You can even change the categories that appear in the “Edit section” of the top section of the app to your liking.
There is a little “check box” at the bottom of each category that lets you disable the categories in that category.
There aren’t a lot of options here, but we loved the ability to change which categories appeared in the category list and which didn’t.
The budgeting and budget management features are also quite simple to use, with a fairly straightforward interface.
Four Four One has the same basic interface, but the app is easier to navigate through because of the tabs you see at the top.
If there’s something you’re interested in, you’ll want to click on the category to get a preview of what’s on that category’s page.
Then, you have to click “Save” to open up the budgeting tab and see what you’ve saved for next time.
There also is a “View All” tab that you’ll use to see all the categories on the page you’re currently browsing.
And you can also select one of the “Other” tabs to jump right to the category that you’re looking for.
Pros, Cons, and Features: Pros: Easy to navigate and manage Cons: Very basic interface and functionality.
There isn’t a ton of options and it requires a bit of fiddling to get the best of the three budgeting tools available Android app: 4Four One, 4Four, FourFour One Pro, 4Two, 4Three, and Four Two Pro Android app version: 1.0.5 iOS app version 1.1.0 Android app Version: 1 The iPhone and Android versions are identical.
The iOS app also offers the ability for you add or delete categories, but there’s no option to sort