MoneyManagerEx for Android
Money Manager Ex for Android is a port of the desktop personal finance application Money Manager Ex, currently available for Windows, Mac OSX and Linux. The Android versiown mirrors the best features of the desktop version, while adding mobility and the database synchronization.
In Money Manager Ex project, we strive to develop a good personal finance software that we use ourselves. We also do this for fun and the love of programming. We are a non-profit, informal organization although we do accept donations and use them towards the hosting fees. Any leftovers for the Android version will also go towards acquiring a device for the app testing.
The app versions are listed on our Milestones page.
The published releases are available at our Releases page.
To test run the application in your browser, please click here or on the phone screenshot at the top, if visible.
See our Wiki pages for documentation and tutorials.
A User Manual is a useful guide for newcomers and experienced users alike.
You can download the app from our Releases page. here you can find all the versions released so far.
The app is available through Google Play Store and an F-Droid repository kindly provided by IzzySoft.
All the feature requests can be tracked at our issue tracker on .
Cloud synchronization, using technology:
- Google Drive™
- Transaction management
- Multiple accounts and account types, currencies, and languages.
- Account, payee, category, currency management
- Budgets (view only, currently)
- Investment watchlists
- Asset Allocation
- Storage card Import/Export
- Security - application lock/unlock with pin code
- Recurring transactions
- Reports and Charts
- Database encryption support (prototype ready!)
- and more... Click to see our list and/or submit a feature request or a bug report.
- MMEX Screenshots, phone
- MMEX Screenshots, 7" tablet
- MMEX Screenshots, 10" tablet
- Wiki Screenshots
- Screenshots 1
- Material design
Follow us on for the latest announcements.
Discussions, questions, and useful advice can be found in the Android forum
In special situations, you can reach us by email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that we do not provide support via email due to the voluntary nature of the project, fairly small number of project members, and a large number of end users.
We have a community on Google+ .
You can request from other users in the Android section of the Money Manager Ex Support Forum.
The key to the success of the project are the users' contributions. There are several ways you can leave your mark.
Being an Open Source project, we welcome any contribution in coding features and corrections. You are welcome to join the project and submit pull requests. Simply clone the repository on GitHub and start hacking away.
If you (still) believe that coding is not for you, please watch this inspirational video. It might change your mind.
If you want to join our translation team, visit MoneyManagerEx for Android on .
You can also contribute to the documentation at the Wiki pages and User Documentation by writing description of the app screens and providing screenshots. To edit wiki pages offline, please see the instructions.
You can assist less experienced users by providing helpful answers in the Android section of the MMEX support forums.
Testing - Pre-Release Versions
Your assistance with testing the pre-release (Beta) versions of the app is highly appreciated. This way you can directly help the project and ensure that the stable releases are bulletproof.
Should you want to try out the latest version of Money Manager Ex for Android, you can access it in two ways:
- By installing Beta version as a separate app from Google Play Store.
- From our Releases page on GitHub. Simply download and install the latest version manually. You need to enable installing from unknown sources in Android settings first.
Previously we used a Beta Testing Program but this option is not as convenient as having the Beta version as a separate app. With Beta as a separate app you always have the stable version as the fallback option should you identify any issues in the unstable version.
The source code is published under GPL license .
Even though we provide the source code for free, under the GPL License, we have lived to see the first copyright infringement and plagiarism case. More details here.