I’m also an happy user of this tool. Not free (if this was your goal) but reasonably priced.
They were quite active in development until the beginning of this year, now things did slow down as one of the main devs is living in Ukraine.
It can also handle investments but I use it for expenses only so I cannot judge that aspect.
I am a YNAB happy user too and I would reccomend it to anyone for its strong “give a job to each CHF you have” approach.
However, it is now reaching a too high price… so I may well move on to something else soon. Perhaps to the google sheet that @stojano mentions?
Banking apps are limited to their own assets (e.g. no Revolut / Wise / cash / etc.) as well as limited budget options.
Although if you are fully and only with UBS, their online banking is quite evolved.
I would suggest to buy with the one-time-fee the app, and there you go. Easy sync. with a Dropbox support. Of course the app is manual, and needs your discipline to put all your costs into it. I’m using it since 2018 so far without any issues.
I do not track my network of my whole assets (2,3 pillars, stocks…) only salary and for that both incomes arrived to one place and I transfer from there to where I need it. Investments are flag as investments and personal expenses are in a bulk not detail.
For me it is more important to understand my expenses.