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I'm looking for an personal accounting Android app + desktop app that has syncing capabilities.

It seems the best thing out there is Mint.com, but when I try to sign up for my country it says it's unavailable.

My questions are:

  1. Why is it available only for US & CA? It has to do something with integration with the US banks?
  2. I really only need an accouting software that allows for cost and time tracking, and can categorize the costs into e.g. "Living expenses", "Automobile expenses", etc. as well as sync. Can I still use Mint.com for that?
  3. For my needs, do I even need to sign up? If not, can I simply sign up as if I'm from US/CA?

Thanks!

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It's only available in North America because it connects to financial institutions in North America. Are you looking to download your transactions or are you looking to insert you own income and expenses? Your profile doesn't show your location, where are you? Are any of these alternatives available to you? –  Raystafarian Aug 1 '13 at 15:30
    
You may post this as an answer, I deem it correct for my questions. –  Howie Aug 2 '13 at 5:29

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Mint.com is only available in North America because it connects to financial institutions in North America. It downloads transactions as well as allows you to enter your own.

Depending on your location some of these alternatives may work for you.

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