Mobile apps


Check your finances on the run with our mobile apps. View accounts, categorize transactions and keep an eye on budgets from your mobile device!

Our mobile apps are designed as a companion app and are not intended to be used as a standalone product. PocketSmith mobile apps won't include the full set of features included in our web and desktop applications, but do showcase a streamlined set of the key elements of PocketSmith - right there in your pocket!

We're continually working on improvements to help you make better decisions while on the go. Please contact us with any feedback.

Haven't got the app yet?

The iOS app is currently available in the App Store and you'll find the Android app on Google Play. For more details about both apps, check out our user guides: PocketSmith iOS App and PocketSmith Android app.


Quick Answers

Do the mobile apps have the same functionality as the website?

Our mobile apps are designed as a companion app and are not intended to be used as a standalone product. PocketSmith mobile apps won't include the full set of features included in our web and desktop applications, but do showcase a streamlined set of the key elements of PocketSmith - right there in your pocket!

Why does one of my bank feeds show a 'feed can't sync' message?

If you encounter a message that a particular bank feed can't sync on mobile, then this means that particular bank feed is listed as using multi-factor authentication (MFA).

Currently, it's not possible to respond to MFA requests from the mobile app, which means that feeds listed as using MFA can only be automatically synced (refreshed) by logging in to the web app.

However, if you know you're not asked for additional security information for  bank feed you can learn how to fix this here: Force bank feeds with Multi-factor authentication (MFA) to automatically sync

For more detail on how bank feeds sync via the mobile app check out: Bank feed syncing in mobile


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