Los Angeles, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/07/2016 -- Exclusive expense manager mobile application Gullak has entered the market and it would change the way people plan their monthly budget. Within a very short span of time, the app has already crossed a figure of 10 Lac downloads. Based on a unique technology, the new mobile application enables the users to track their expenditures and plan their budget in a hassle free manner. The application allows a user to keep an eagle eye on his or her monthly expenditures and provides updates about the pending bills on a real time basis.
Gullak as the name suggest stands for savings and it acts as a complete expense manager of any individual or household. There is an old proverb which says, "a penny saved is a penny earned" and studies prove that one can save approximately 30% on his or her monthly budget if they plan it in an organized manner. Gullak does a perfect analysis of personal finances by synchronizing the proceeds and expenditures and presents a true picture of monthly budget.
The application works on a very dynamic yet simple strategy. It records the messages from banks and different billers that one receives on his or her mobile and based on this data, it gives an individual a true image of the amount earned and the amount spent. Moreover, the most dominant feature of Gullak is, it enables a userto make manual entries of the cash transactions to further enhance the statistics. It is worth noting that Gullak does not access any personal information like Bank passwords or Pin.
According to Ajay, Co-Founder of Gullak, "Finance is the backbone of any household and most of the individuals face a hard time managing their monthly expenses". "Hence we decided to come up with a unique tool that would keep record of all the financial transactions and thus the user would be able to get a better and clean picture of their budget."
For more information, you can visit http://gullak.co/
To download Gullak visit https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.techahead.ExpenseManager