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Pageonce app makes sense of dollars and cents

Saturday, February 26, 2011; 5:54 PM

Tax Day is near, and there's no better time to get your financial house in order. Pageonce is an award-winning app that makes it easy for users to keep track of cash on hand, upcoming bills, debt and investments.

The free version of Pageonce is not as full-featured as other money management sites such as Mint.com, and its online client is essentially a blown-up version of its mobile app. But the clean interface makes it easy to keep track of your finances at a glance. Instead of entering full account numbers, users add accounts by plugging in their user names and passwords into the app. All accounts are tracked on the home page, eliminating the need to hop from site to site online. You can input regular bills, and Pageonce will send you alerts to let you know when due dates are imminent. It also has a calendar feature for those who really plan ahead.

Nervous about having that information on your mobile device? The app lets you set a passcode to open Pageonce, or you can choose not to save your password in the app itself. Pageonce is available on Blackberry, Android, Windows Phone 7 and Apple's iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.

The app is free, but you can upgrade in-app for more features. A subscription will cost 99 cents a month, $8.99 a year or $12.99 for a lifetime subscription.

- Hayley Tsukayama

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