Traveling these days is a hassle, no matter why you’re going, or where — and the necessity to track your expenses along the way just adds to the irritation. A good app, though, can make things a lot easier — not only during the trip, but afterwards as well, when you have to report it all to your (or your company’s) accountant.

The following six Android apps help users track and report on their expenses. Some are strictly for business purposes; others can be used for both personal and work finance tracking. All of these have been updated within the last six months and have earned a rating of at least 4 out of 5 stars on Google Play by at least 100 users.

All that being said, they encompass a fairly wide range of features. All offer the ability to manually enter an expense, to categorize it, and to either create a report or export the data so it can be used in a spreadsheet or other format. Most allow you to photograph your receipts so you have proof of payment, and a couple, such as Abukai Expenses and Expensify, even extract information from those photographs.

All of these apps have free versions, which are the ones I tested. For each, I entered a number of expenses manually; when available, I added photos of receipts. I exported those expenses as a spreadsheet or PDF, depending what was available, and then explored the app further to see what other features it offered.

Some offer ad-free versions for an additional fee while others offer “Pro” versions with more advanced features; Abukai and Expensify both also have corporate versions with enterprise functionality.

All the apps were tested on a Huawei Honor 6X smartphone running Android 7.0.