Hi App lovers, I have provided my honest reviews for the Android version of Walnut App. I thank Mr.Vignesh for suggesting me to write Walnut App review and to use this app.
After, his suggestion, I downloaded the walnut app. After using it for a week, I realized it is worth reviewing it.
There are several expense manager apps available for Android/windows/ios. However, walnut is available only for Android at this time. To summarize the effectiveness of Walnut App, it is zero input application.
It is not required to feed any values manually. It automatically scans the SMS in our inbox and obtains the input. However, if you need to input cash transactions, you can add it manually. I have discussed manual actions below.
Walnut is a single app for all your transactions. It is one of the unique feature and benefit of this app. Let your transactions done using your Credit Card, Debit Card, Net Banking or through any other online mode, if you receive an SMS notification, Walnut will track it without giving any input. I have shared my experience and advantageous information about the walnut app.
Walnut App works offline and not required to have an internet connection.
The alerts are instant
You can setup expense summary on a daily or weekly basis. It allows you set up anytime to notify the summary of the day.
Walnut allows you to customize bill reminders. By default, it is set to 2 days before and on the due date.
At this time, the walnut app is available for Android OS only. The app for windows and Ios are yet to be released. I also checked the FAQ section of walnut and they have mentioned: “For now, Walnut is available only on Android.” They have never mentioned anything about expanding walnut for android and ios. In my personal opinion, due to the simplicity and effectiveness of this app, the developing team would consider expanding walnut for android and Ios.
Currently, the manual input is available only for cash transactions only. You need to tap the + button on the home screen and select Cash Payments. You can assign a category and tags to the transaction so it shows up in your spend summary.
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Amudhakumar is a passionate blogger and writes for Appnol.com. He graduated from Sainik school and holds a Bachler’s Degree in computer science. Holds 6 years of experience in leading MNC’s like Accenture, CSS Corp, and Amazon India.
Amudhakumar is a passionate blogger and writes for Appnol.com. He graduated from Sainik school and holds a Bachler's Degree in computer science. Holds 6 years of experience in leading MNC's like Accenture, CSS Corp, and Amazon India.