Manage subscriptions and recurring bills
Upodi is an enterprise grade automation platform, for handling subscriptions in digital and online services. Easy to start, and extendable for future nees.
Brennon Denny- Creating Things @ DennyDevHQ 💡See where you money is and where its going. Clarity also provides tools to manage bills, subscriptions and others.
Stefan Theofilos- Product Designer, EntrepreneurI've tried, what it feels like, every personal finance app and I always come back to Clarity Money. The UI is simple, they track subscriptions (where they can help you cancel/renegotiate subscriptions and bills), and also monthly and categorical spending.
TechCrunchAmericans suck at managing their money. As the country heads into the New Year, it's clear that more than 57% of us are struggling financially, according to a study from the Center for Financial Services Innovation. And many of us will make New Year's resolutions to be better about it.
MashableThere are so many apps that claim to be the solution to saving, investing and tracking your finances. Clarity Money, a new app, hopes to be the one that puts all of that in one place. The iOS app is sort of a combination of Mint, which tracks your financial health, and Digit, which saves money in small increments.
Business InsiderWhere can you find an unbiased, personal finance app that serves purely in your interests? An app that analyzes your bank accounts, your recurring subscriptions and your spending habits to figure out how to save you money? That's what personal finance app Clarity Money, launching on Tuesday, promises.
Empower is the best way to realize hundreds of dollars in savings and manage your finances!
Sam Rye- FounderThese guys had a good launch recently around financial management. Only available in the US though.
Dave Seeman- ⚙️ Engineering New Products @ FractalI don't know what's currently the best for android - but I would join Empower's android waiting list. I've tried most of the personal/family finance apps out there and this one is the best so far. More utility, less adds, and the best automatic transaction categorization I've seen. Support is good too.
TimeFrom apps that help you edit selfies to innovative new games and helpful productivity tools, these are the best new apps of 2017 so far
ForbesThe holidays are coming up fast, which tends to mean things are about to get expensive. Whether you'll be spending money on gifts, trips home for Thanksgiving/winter holidays/NYE, vacations, or end-of-year bills, or getting ready to make financial resolutions for the New Year, it's a great time to start getting your financial house in order.
Earnest Blog | Money Advice for Young ProfessionalsTen bucks a month to Netflix, $5 for cloud storage, $10 for a music subscription, $50 for a gym membership-it's so convenient to sign up for automated debit or bill pay and have one less thing to worry about when it's time to pay bills each month.
TechCrunchEmpower, a startup looking to help millennials better manage their finances, is today launching its mobile app for iOS devices. The new application combines the ability to see an overview of your day-to-day transactions and spending behavior, with other tools to transfer money between accounts, automate your savings, and soon, pay bills and pay down your deb… See more
John Ababseh- Epiphany EnthusiastSimple tool for managing your money and creating a budget, that has a conversational text UI
Ben Terry- Creative Director, Access VenturesGive this app a try! It'll help inform you of your spending habits on the go.
Two CentsThere are plenty of budgeting tools out there, like Mint, that help you keep track of every penny and analyze your spending in a number of different ways. But if you're new to budgeting, or you just like to keep things simple, it's nice to have a basic view of your habits.
VentureBeatIf you have a tough time managing your personal finances, you might be interested in Penny, an app that examines behavior around your bank accounts and credit cards to alert you of any issues, such as data breaches.
TechCrunchHave you ever wondered why being financially responsible can be so difficult? Maybe it's because most money management tools are too complicated and overwhelming for the average user. Penny, a new personal finance app, is fixing this by giving users personalized financial advice via a simple chat interface.
Marius- Software ArchitectI've been using this app for a couple of weeks now and it works great. I can connect my bank account, maintain multiple wallets and it has a great UI!
Sambruce Joseph- Product DesignerI use Spendee everyday. Spendee is the most easiest to use and beautiful UI money tracker out there.