Blitter

A bill splitter for Android, featuring OCR for receipts

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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!

Reviews

 
  • Mugdha MhatreUI-UX Designer
    Pros: 

    i love idea that we can just scan recipe.

    Cons: 

    Not on IOS

    i love idea that we can just scan recipe. why your not creating IOS app? Google Cloud OCR API have some issue you faced ??

    Mugdha Mhatre has used this product for one day.

Discussion

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Amrith Shanbhag@amrith · Community at Product Hunt & Feathrd
Ooh I like the part where you can just scan the bill and it'll do the rest for you. Any plans on making this for iOS, @samuelsoutullo?
Samuel Soutullo SobralMaker@samuelsoutullo · Android developer
@amrith I don't have iOS programming skills, so not for now. But if the app gets enough downloads I think I could get the motivation to learn and actually port it to iOS. Thank you for your positive feedback, I'm just starting with this and I appreciate it so much :)
Robera Geleta@robera_geleta · iOS Engineer
This is great! @samuelsoutullo, out of curiosity what receipt recognition api did you use ?
Samuel Soutullo SobralMaker@samuelsoutullo · Android developer
@robera_geleta I used the Google Cloud OCR API. It isn't a receipt recognition API, but a pretty standard OCR library. When using it, it just returns the recognized text blocks and their positions. I do the rest of the job. Thank you for your interest :)
Ayush Chandra@ayush_chandra · Research Intern & Tech Evangelist
Great job!! Any iOS app ?
Samuel Soutullo SobralMaker@samuelsoutullo · Android developer
@ayush_chandra I don't know if currently exists any. But as I said before replying to other comment, I will port it to iOS if it gets enough downloads. Since I don't have iOS programming skills I need that to get the motivation to learn iOS and port the app, without feeling that I am wasting my time. By the way, thank you for checking this out and for leaving your comment :)