GFP is a Personal Finance Manager that uses a different approach to help people organize their finances, it’s focus is the real account (bank account, account saving and others), while other software focuses on accounting accounts. So while in a typical finance manager you create accounts related with some aspects you want to control (expenses, gas expenses, food expenses, income, payment, and even real accounts like bank accounts) and make transactions with these accounts, in GFP these accounts are considered as categories, under the user perspective, and user can create real accounts and make transactions with them, providing a type for each transaction.
In GFP: Real accounts: bank account, account saving and others Type of transactions: expenses, gas expenses, food expenses, income, payment. GFP user can get reports (not yet implemented) showing where, when, why and how (s)he’s making expenses. GFP is currently translated to Portuguese, English, French, Italian, German and Spanish.