If you’ve ever had to share a house - at college, uni or wherever, you’ll know only too well how much of a pain it can be to sort out the bills and general household expenses. Whether it’s the flatmate who never seems to cough up for anything or the fact that nobody can ever fully agree who owes what - the whole thing can become a real nightmare. That however is exactly what our latest Startup of the Week is seeking to address.
Splittable is an innovative new app which makes splitting bills and keeping track of shared household expenses a doddle.
In essence the app does all your calculations for you. With the ‘All Squared Meter’ feature, you can easily see who has paid what and who owes what.
You can also use the Expense Manager function to track and record all your household costs - whether it’s the big bills or the everyday expenses. It makes it so easy to manage your household’s budget and you’ll always know where you stand - financially at least!
Just imagine - no more sitting poring over bills at the kitchen table, no more arguing over who owes what, no more confusing calculations that never seem to fully add up.
Sounds great doesn’t it?
If you’re flat or house sharing at the minute, we reckon you ought to give Splittable a try.
We think you’ll like it.
Like finding out about innovative startups? Why not check out our previous Startup of the Week?
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