Developer’s Description: Pageonce is a new kind of wallet that helps to keep you on top of your money and pay your bills. Pageonce Money & Bills offers clarity and control over all accounts in one place, automatically organizing bank and credit card accounts, tracking transactions, paying bills, and sending real-time alerts. With 6.5 millions users in the U.S. and Canada. Pageonce is available free on iPhone, iPad, Blackberry, Android, Windows Phone 7 and the Web. Launched in 2008, Pageonce is a top rated finance app, winning the Android Editors Choice Award and Apple’s Best of 2010 and 2011, and featured in the iPhone and iPad App Starter Kits.
Platform: iPhone, iPad, Blackberry, Android, Windows Phone
Pageonce consolidates all of your money-related sites in one program. There are sections for banks, bills and utilities, credit cards, investments, insurance, loans and travel rewards. When it works well it works really well, but somehow I remember all the disappointments more.
When account setup works right it’s as easy as possible. Sometimes you have to receive a callback phone or text or e-mail from a site in order to bring a 3rd party app like this in and Pageonce handles it well. There are some other nice touches. On the signup page they will often include support phone numbers for the service.
Pros: This is a big app that can connect to just about any account you have anywhere, from frequent flier and loyalty programs to your bank accounts.
Cons: Depending on the type of record you’re looking to track you’ll have varying success. For example, my Bank of America checking account came up easily, which was nice. It wasn’t nice that the savings account wasn’t there, nor my home equity line of credit. I tried connecting to Bank of America in the loans section and it still just showed me the checking account.