Discover apps for Android here, 10,000+ users downloaded Indian Mutual Funds Tracker latest version on 9Apps for free every week! Although you probably won't notice it at first. This hot app was released on 2015-08-09. It is available as a free download on 9Apps.
Will automatically update your net worth based on your Indian mutual fund investments.
* Automatic or Manual NAV updates
* Place a handy widget on your home screen with your updated net worth
* Track an unlimited number of funds
* Backup and Restore your portfolio - no need to enter it all over again
Unfortunately, because there's no publicly accessible database of updated mutual fund NAVs, I have to download ALL the mutual funds from a text file somewhere. It's approx 1 MB. Once it's downloaded, I have to process it to update the database. As long as I can't find a better data source, this is the only way I know how to do it...sorry!
The scheduled time is also approx because I've allowed the device to change it depending on battery consumption and when other tasks need to be performed. This is less resource intensive. But this behavior can be changed if you guys feel a strict time update is important.
Note, this app will only show your most recent net worth. It doesn't allow you to enter the purchase price or show you historical stats. This is by design since there's no historical API that is public and free.
P.S: This is my first Android app, so please try not to throw your rotten tomatoes too hard :)
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UPDATE 1st October 2013: Updated a key URL that had been changed and was setting all NAVs to zero
UPDATE 15th March 2013: Fixed bug of widget not updating when NAV is manually updated.
UPDATE 11th March 2013: Fixed an issue affecting NAV updates not working due to a change at the NAV server's end
UPDATE 31st July 2012:
Fixed a bug that caused a crash when you update a fund with a semicolon in its name.
UPDATE 30th July 2012: