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Troosby brings to you more control in financial statistics

Version 1.0.17 of Troosby Android application bring more control to the way you view your financial statistics.
  • you can now configure when you want your "financial" month to start - e.g. see your spending statistics from 15th to 15th of every month (when you get your salary)
  • you can now control all the text sizes individually for any type of chart - XY chart, Pie chart, Bar chart

The Settings screen from Troosby Android App has now a dedicated section only for configuring the Statistics charts.
One very powerful new feature is the introduction of the "First Day Of The Financial Month" concept.

This settings allows you to configure what day should be considered as the beginning of the month from your financial point of view.
For example, if you get your salary on 15th of every month then probably it will fit you best if Troosby App will show you how much you spent from July 15th until August 14th - so from one paycheck to the other.

An other new feature introduced in version 1.0.17 is the possibility to configure all the text sizes from all the different type of charts available in Troosby App - XY chart, Bar chart and Pie chart.

In the image below you can see all the configuration options for an XY chart.
Similar configuration options are available for Bar charts and Pie charts.

In the current version of Troosby the distribution of the charts based on their types is like this:

XY Chart
  • General Report - shows the evolution of your spendings, incomes and savings from month to month
  • Savings Percentage - shows the evolution of your savings percentage from month to month
  • Spendings Evolution - shows the evolution for each of your defined spending categories
  • Incomes Evolution - shows the evolution for each of your defined income categories


Pie Chart
  • Spendings Distribution - shows the distribution of you spendings, based on your spending categories, per each month
  • Income Distribution - shows the distribution of you incomes, based on your income categories, per each month


Bar Chart
  • Average Spendings in Week - shows how much you spent, on average, on each day of the week
  • Average Spendings in Month - shows how much you spent, on average, on each day of the month
  • Average Spendings in Year- shows how much you spent, on average, on each month of the year


If you have more suggestions on new features, or if you stumbled on some annoying bug that you want to be fixed don't hesitate to let us know!

Don't forget to get the latest Troosby App version from Google Play, for free until the end of time :) - vote us, rate us, share us!

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How many times have you set a monthly spendings budget for yourself?

For many of us the answer would be: too many times. And as that many times we went over budget.

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