No, the costs entered as recurring expenses are already deducted when your budget is calculated.
Grocery bills should be just regular spending, not recurring expenses. Recurring bills are meant for rent, insurance, gym fee – ones you pay the same amount every month. For groceries, whenever you go shopping, you can enter the amount you have paid via “-” sign on the Main page.
We are happy to inform you that we have enabled syncing multiple devices and multiple iCloud accounts via Dropbox as a separate add-on (aka Family version) – please, kindly check our short walkthrough with the instructions below.
You can share your app data through iCloud. Please turn on iCloud by going to “Settings”, then “iCloud/Dropbox”, then turn on “Use iCloud”.
The iCloud feature requires one iCloud account. A user has to log in all devices using the same iCloud account.
You should put “net” amount, i.e. after taxes.
When selecting a category, tap “Edit” in the upper right corner, then tap “+” in the upper right corner on the next screen.
If you want to put credit card payment info to the app, please go to “Big Expenses”, then enter the amount and the last day for the payment. The amount will be deducted from your budget until the full amount is paid.
The app only shows three days in future on the Main page, because more than that will be inaccurate estimation. However, you can check your estimated “Budget left” for the current cycle via “Analysis” > “Overview”.
The free and PRO versions are the same in functions. The free versions have in app upgrade, the PRO version asks users to pay up front but all features are unlocked.
This feature is planned and will be implemented in one of our next updates. Meanwhile you can control up to two budgets by getting both the free version (orange icon) and paid PRO version (blue icon) – one budget for each version.