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About Debt Manager and Tracker Pro

Designed for use by both individuals and businesses, Debt Manager is the perfect tool for keeping track of money owed and money loaned (debtors / creditors).

Both scalable and versatile, Debt Manager can be used for a variety of financial activities including; commerce (i.e. the sale of goods or services), large scale loans, peer-to-peer (P2P) lending, IOU (I owe you), micro financing (microcredit), and any other situation where tracking and managing the flow of money is required.

Pro features:
• Track money owed to/by you
• Grouped by debtor/creditor/individuals
• Multi-currency capable
• Calendar entries and reminders
• Transaction history
• Debt Summaries per currency
• User Summaries per currency
• Ad-free
• Messaging
• PIN/Fingerprint Security

Want to try before you buy? Get the standard version https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.centuryegg.pdm&hl=en then upgrade to unlock Pro features.

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It was of help when I used it.
George Kaume
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best app thank you
A Google user
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good app , does its job but adding a terminology of Debtor and Creditors would be really helpful...
Sumit Dharewa