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iLend

Keep track of the things you lend and borrow.

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iLend is a simple mobile app that helps you track the things you lend and borrow. Add items in seconds, invite your friends and never forget about borrowed items again!

You can also connect an item to a friend via Facebook so you both see it in app and remember it!

Available for iOS & Android.

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Owy

Keep track of the things people owe you

Owy is an app to help you to keep track of the things people owe you. Useful for dresses, money and many other things.

iCulture
Owy is een nieuwe Nederlandse app, gemaakt door twee scholieren, waarmee je kunt bijhouden wat je aan mensen hebt uitgeleend. Kasper Dolk is de 16-jarige designer en bedenker van Owy, terwijl Jordy Sinke het programmeerwerk voor z'n rekening nam.
Android Planet
Het nadeel van spullen uitlenen is dat je vaak vergeet dat je ze nog terug moet krijgen. Owy, een app van Nederlandse bodem, helpt je met het bijhouden van je uitgeleende spullen. Met Owy kun je eenvoudig een lijst opstellen met alles wat je hebt uitgeleend en aan wie.
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Finch

The financial app for your social life

Finch is the financial app for your social life that allows you to pay friends instantly and securely, run tabs to track group expenses, split bills, and see where all your money is going.

We're meeting millennials where they're at today, while growing in intelligence to support them as their financial priorities change tomorrow.

Financial Review
The big banks have been challenged to stop performing "innovation theatre" and invest more money into start-ups, or risk being disrupted by major tech players such as Apple and Facebook, which have started to creep into the banks' territory. "The banks are spending more money furnishing accelerator labs than on start-ups.
Mozo
Friday 14 July 2017 Article by Kelly Emmerton As the fintech market in Australia heats up, Melbourne-based startup Finch has launched a new app aimed at helping millennials to balance their finances with busy social lives.
Vimeo
Highlights from Envestnet | Yodlee Incubator Cohort 3, Class of 2017.
SmartCompany
Melbourne-based fintech startup Finch has launched its "financial app for your social life", which aims to use relationship-based metrics and personal touches to appeal to a millennial market, unseating similar offerings from banks. "Finch is built around behaviours rather than products," co-founder Toby Gardner tells StartupSmart.
SmartCompany
Yodlee is a veteran when it comes to fintech innovation. Long before startups were doing it, the US-based company started building innovative banking solutions in 1999. Since then the company, which now boasts tens of millions of users around the world, has directed its focus to startups.
Canstar
A Melbourne-based FinTech startup, Finch, has launched a new mobile app that is set to reshape the consumer finance experience. Now available from the App Store and Google Play, the Finch app combines social payments and financial insights to help Millennials get a grasp of their financial standing.
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Diggsweep

Easily create your own 'garage sale' to share with others

Moving out? Spring cleaning? Having a lot of things to sell? Diggsweep makes it easy to create your own personal sale site showcasing all your items on one page. You get a unique URL that you can share instantly with friends & others. Public or private, you choose how to market and manage your sale.

Medium
Whenever I look at used items sold on Facebook Marketplace or eBay, I'm horrified to see how awful the majority of the item pictures are. When doing my own moving out sale, I spent a lot of time on the pictures used to promote the items. Something that I believe contributed in a very high degree to the success of the sale.
Medium
I never realised how many things I owned until I decided to leave Berlin. I was sitting in an apartment full of stuff I needed to get rid of in one way or another. Furniture, appliances, tools, kitchenware, books, you name it. I started to look around for ways to get everything sold.
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Dutch

Splitting bills effortlessly

Splitting the bill is the awkward pause that could disrupt an otherwise perfect evening. Step up your game by doing it seamlessly with Dutch.

Simply snap a picture at the table or upload a photo later from your camera roll and we will read the items and fees for you. From there, it's as simple as assigning items to diners. Taxes, fees, and tip are split based on each diner's portion of the meal.

The best part? Everybody gets a copy. Effortlessly invite all of your friends so everyone can see the receipt — no more "can you send out a picture of the receipt?". It really doesn't get any easier.

8 Alternatives to Dutch

Blitter

A bill splitter for Android, featuring OCR for receipts

Using Blitter you will not have to do complex maths to know how much money each person has to pay when you go shopping or to a restaurant with your friends and family.

You just need to scan the receipt using your camera. Blitter will recognise the products and their prices. Then, you will be able to assign each product to one or more people. Finally, Blitter will calculate for you how much each person has to pay.

Furthermore, you can share the breakdown with your friends using any app. Everything is easier using Blitter!

8 Alternatives to Blitter

Tradely

Buy & sell with friends and friends of friends

Buying and selling with people you don't know is so old-fashioned and seems pretty exhausting and unreliable. So, why not buy and sell with people you already know and trust?

Introducing Tradely using which you can buy and sell used or unused products with your friends and friends of friends.

11 Alternatives to Tradely

Cashactions

Keep track of your dough

Cashactions is an app designed to allow users to keep track of their cash transactions. Although credit card and money management services are increasingly popular, Cashactions focuses on giving users a simple, direct way to help them continue to use real money. Made by a teenage developer.

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