What Is It?
You’re on vacation—put away your calculator and tattered notepad! Splittr makes dividing, tracking and conquering travel expenses a breeze so you can soak up and share good vibes. The app tallies travel expenses in real time, making it easy to settle differences with others at the end of your trip.
Invite new and old friends to your trip through the app, which will monitor and categorize expenses as you go. Rather than splitting hairs over daily IOUs, use Splittr’s algorithm to automatically calculate the lump sum that each friend owes. It eliminates math-related headaches so your vacation remains totally Zen, totally fun.
How Does It Work?
Download Splittr and create an event or trip. When you’re on the road, simply add expenses as you go. It’s that easy. The app’s slick interface organizes the debts by date in a visually pleasing grid layout. Another tap will prompt Splittr to dish out the details about each expense, including its category and expenses you might have noted along the way.
At any point in your journey, you can view the “equalizer” payments, which are the differences that will settle each person’s outstanding balance back to zero. Splittr also allows for uneven expense splits, if there was something that one person benefited from more than another. When it’s time to pay up, simply export the expense report as a PDF or CSV so everyone can scan the breakdown.
Our Favorite Part
If your travel plans necessitate a passport, they also demand Splittr. Expenses are tough enough for me keep track at one domestic event—let alone over a month’s worth of transactions in Baht or Rupee! Splittr supports all currencies and even multiple currencies at once, thanks to a built-in currency converter.
The process of paying friends back just became as seamless as possible. Splittr eliminates the need for guesswork or calculations, letting you enjoy vacation without flashbacks to AP calculus. Splittr costs $1.99 to download—a payment model I prefer to a free download that leads to a bombardment of in-app purchases. It’s easily the best two bucks you’ll ever spend!
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Annie’s based in Los Angeles but hails from Portland, Oregon. Sort of. She moved to six states by the time she reached middle school, and continues to move around the US and abroad – call her a nomad, but she prefers “Location ADHD.” After studying abroad in New Zealand, Annie circled the globe, graduated from USC, and circled the world once again. For one year she lived out of a backpack everywhere from The Philippines to Nepal to Slovenia to Norway. She’s a curry connoisseur and passionate explorer, taking the road less traveled, the “trail” covered in vines and swarmed in exotic bugs. Foreign lands feel like home, and Annie loves encouraging more and more people to utilize their passports and experience a new culture.