Suikakeibo Suica reader/ledger APK

Version 2.0.4 - net.mediavrog.ic_card_expensetracker
mediavrog,ic_card_expensetracker,finance,suikakeibo

See your trips & keep track of your Suica, Pasmo, IC card expenses with a touch.

APP Information

Download Version 2.0.4 (2019031202)
Apk Size11.12 MB
App Developermediavrog
Malware CheckTRUSTED
Install on Android4.4.x and up
App Packagenet.mediavrog.ic_card_expensetracker.apk
MD5403e7e42d560a2ac770eff9689fd3b01
Rate5
Website https://suikakeibo.jp/

Download Suikakeibo Suica reader/ledger 2.0.4 APK

App Description

Suikakeibo Suica reader/ledger is mediavrog,ic_card_expensetracker,finance,suikakeibo, content rating is Everyone (PEGI-3). This app is rated 5 by 1 users who are using this app. To know more about the company/developer, visit mediavrog website who developed it. net.mediavrog.ic_card_expensetracker.apk apps can be downloaded and installed on Android 4.4.x and higher Android devices. The Latest Version of 2.0.4 Available for download. Download the app using your favorite browser and click Install to install the application. Please note that we provide both basic and pure APK files and faster download speeds than APK Mirror. This app APK has been downloaded 58+ times on store. You can also download net.mediavrog.ic_card_expensetracker APK and run it with the popular Android Emulators.

The Suica/Pasmo reader and ledger tracking your expenses with a touch.

* Suikakeibo let's you see your recent trips and keep track of all your IC card expenses with a simple touch. 

* Find a colourful history with all the original line colours and check on your monthly spending. 

* Always see what's left on your card and never get the buzzer at the gate again

* [Premium] add your commuters pass and get a reminder before it expires - no more wasted money

[Supported IC cards]

Suikakeibo currently supports the scanning of all major Japanese IC commuter cards. We tested the following cards:

* Suica (スイカ)

* PASMO (パスモ)

* Sapica (サピカ、Sapporo)

* Kitaca (キタカ、Hokkaido)

* Icoca (イコカ)

Other similar cards like  manaca (マナカ), nimoca (ニモカ), PiTaPa (ピタパ), Sugoca (スゴカ), TOICA (トイカ), hayakaken (ハヤカケン) etc should work just fine as well.  

To be tested: IruCa (イルカ)

Electronic money cards:

* WAON

* edy

* nanaco

are also supported.

Nice for travellers: The app as well as all the station information is available in Japanese and English.

[Main features]

* scan a variety of IC cards and see the latest trips including station and line information

* save the cards you want to keep track of, give them a name and choose the design

* add notes to every trip to help you remember

* scan a saved card again and new trips will be added to the history automatically

* see the recent history and statistics, even without scanning the card again

* get a monthly notification about your expenses

* add widgets to always give you quick access to your current balance

[Compatibility]

The app is available for NFC-enabled Android devices starting with Android 4. 

If you have trouble scanning, please take note of the following:

* each device has it's sweet spot, where scanning a card works best. Take your time to figure it out once, then you will be able to scan easily in the future

* hold your card and phone steady for a few seconds while scanning

[Support and Help]

If you need further help, please contact us at [email protected], since we are not able to provide proper support to Play Store Comments / Ratings. Also please see the app website http://mediavrog.net/apps/suikakeibo to find more info and FAQ.

[Permissions]

See http://mediavrog.net/apps/suikakeibo/faq/permissions/

* Kitaca is a registered trademark of Hokkaido Railway Company.

* PASMO is a registered trademark of PASMO Co., Ltd.

* Suica is a registered trademark of East Japan Railway Company.

* manaca is a registered trademark of Nagoya Transportation Development Organization Co., Ltd. and M.I.C. Corp.

* TOICA is a registered trademark of Central Japan Railway Company. 

* PiTaPa is a registered trademark of Surutto Kansai.

* ICOCA is a registered trademark of West Japan Railway Company. 

* Hayakaken is a registered trademark of Fukuoka City Transportation Bureau.

* nimoca is a registered trademark of Nishi-Nippon Railroad. 

* Sugoca is a registered trademark of Kyushu Railway Company.










 

App ChangeLog

  • Found a bug? Need help? Mail [email protected] before leaving a rating.
    1.5.3
    * fixed permission handling in Android 6
    * added Sendai Metro Lines to database
    1.5.2
    * emoney cards can now be remembered in free version
    * small bugfixes
    * integrated rating request reminder
    1.5.1
    * Better note handling (trimming whitespaces; prefilling when editing))
    1.5.0
    * Support for Waon, Edy and nanaco
    * bugfix for adding notes

App Screens

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Google Play Reviews

  1. Justin Hankins-avatar

    Justin Hankins

    Best train card reader. Spent 250¥ to upgrade to ad-free ~video ads were really obtrusive in the free version (have paid for 2 phone apps in my life). Displays multiple cards BUT you can't control the order; seems newly scanned cards display by default when you open the app, not the most used. App report spending categories (train, bus, vending machine)- great (but "e-money" "restaurants" "misc" would be better description) WIDGET is the best feature. Turn off the "World Statistics" option.

  2. Minun Minun-avatar

    Minun Minun

    When you place your ic card close to your phone. This app automatically detects card usage. And saves it automatically, so you don't need to open this app everytime you used trains, or bus, etc. I'm usong pasmo (icoco) card.

  3. Kelly Christopher Fay-avatar

    Kelly Christopher Fay

    It's clean and reads my Suica and 7-eleven IC card easily and well. One issue is that sometimes while scanning my Sony WH-1000MX3 headphones' NFC tag, the app opens. Is it possible to add certain tags to a blacklist?

  4. Rhys Evans-avatar

    Rhys Evans

    Enjoying this so far - it has the best graphic interface of similar apps and is very user friendly. My phone (Pixel 3a, Android 9) is set to English, so the interface is all in English. A great option is the ability to change settings to display station names in English or Japanese. It also displays a pie-chart-like breakdown of money spent between train travel, vending machine purchases, and shop purchases. Purchases are grouped on the main screen and I can't see which is which, though.

  5. Shelly Syarlilady-avatar

    Shelly Syarlilady

    I picked this one because it's in English. So useful! I used it for my trip to Tokyo in Feb-2019. Besides checking my Suica/Pasmo cards balance, I could also keep track of my spending when I shopped using the cards. Since I used Pasmo to make payments almost everywhere, the history is listed on the App. There's an “Add Note" function to every entry so we can write down what the payment was for e.g “buying packed dinner at 7-Eleven". I liked this so much that I paid for the ads-free version.

  6. Guido Reina-avatar

    Guido Reina

    Great app! I already enjoyed it for reminiscing about private vacations, but it has proven even more useful for business expenses, what with decoding of station names and export to CSV. I ran into a problem when switching to a new phone and I could not bring the data over, but after contacting the developer about it, he fixed the problem and published an update right away!

  7. Lily L-avatar

    Lily L

    So handy! Really helpful for keeping an eye on our spending as the card can be used for transport, drink machines, convenience stores and some restaurants. I love the little graph that shows how much total you have spent in each category. Also little tip, scan the card at the end of each day as it only holds up to 20 most recent transactions.

  8. Hightide-avatar

    Hightide

    This easily has to be one of the top 10 best deigned and nicest looking apps I've seen in the Play Store. Hell I'm rarely in Japan and I gladly paid $5 to get ride of ads it was that good. It makes me wonder what the developer could come up with if they put their mind to making a tide chart app that doesn't look like every other garbage tide chart in the store. Now that I would pay $10 for.

  9. ハートピーター-avatar

    ハートピーター

    This is the second app I've used for my pasmo card. By far its the best one yet. Not only does it show your past transactions, its even got the different transit line colors. You can export your data, which can be usefull if you get reimbersed for your travel. Plus you can check your ballance in a snap! Nothing like an app that works well and has a good user interface.

  10. Madelyn Higginbotham-avatar

    Madelyn Higginbotham

    July 2019 - This app was super useful while traveling around Tokyo. Your balance is displayed when you swipe your IC card at stations, but we were also using our IC cards for vending machines and station lockers, so I used this app frequently to check my balance before heading to the station. It was accurate and worked very easily and quickly with my Galaxy S8. I only have a basic plastic case on mine, so I'm not sure if a more hefty case like an Otterbox would make it harder to read your card.