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Receipt Ninja - Split Expenses

Receipt Ninja - Split Expenses

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Love travelling with friends but hate doing the math afterwards? Figuring out who paid for what and how to split the expenses has now been made easy for you by Receipt Ninja. It is extremely simple to track and split group expenses and you can conveniently share the financials with your buddies using Email, SMS, Google Drive or Dropbox. Let Receipt Ninja manage your expenses and you just go get on the road!

Key features include:
-Sync with other members (no pictures).
-Track receipts with pictures.
-Split group expenses anyway you want (evenly or unevenly).
-Share the report details and receipts using Email, SMS, Google Drive or Dropbox.
-Each member has a coefficient which can represent a sub-group such as a couple or a family.
-Avoid circular debts (A owes B, B owes C, C owes A).
-Export to Excel (csv file).
-Support SD card backup and cloud backup using Google Drive or Dropbox.
-Support multiple events, multiple users, and multiple currencies.

Permissions:
Contacts, Accounts - Suggesting contact names/phone numbers/emails, backup to Google Drive, Sync
Internet, Phone state - Sending reports using SMS/Email, backup using Google Drive/Dropbox, Sync
SD Card - Storing of receipts, backup

App is Ads-supported. Buy "Receipt Ninja: No Ads" to remove Ads and support the developer.

Free users can create one synced event. To sync unlimited events, please install "Receipt Ninja:No Ads".

Please note that the sync feature does not sync pictures, if you want to save pictures to the cloud, please use backup to Dropbox or Google Drive.

Please report crashes when they happen. Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any comments or suggestions. We keep on adding new features requested by our users.

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Recently changed in this version

Add built-in picture viewer
Fix the bug that the amounts do not match the total due to the rounding of numbers


Comments and ratings for Receipt Ninja - Split Expenses
  • (72 stars)

    by keith nettles on 05/08/2014

    Great expense tracking app.

  • (72 stars)

    by Raj Babs on 02/08/2014

    Kudos! For input type split up you can add the tax % etc so the tax gets split up proportionally...

  • (72 stars)

    by B Rad on 29/07/2014

    Logged in this morning and all my events are gone. Click sync still missing. Is the server dead?

  • (72 stars)

    by Dmitry Gorbatch on 21/07/2014

    I wish the appplication would have the export to CSV functionality. Apart from that it serves the purpose.

  • (72 stars)

    by Eric Lammertsma on 19/07/2014

    If you try to set up even the simplest thing, like for people who had pizza, two who drank wine,and two who drank beer, it continuously deletes, forgets and resets who did what and I ended up uninstalling it before even managing to enter the pizza.

  • (72 stars)

    by Joeri Willems on 10/07/2014

    Awesome app for group travel cash management

  • (72 stars)

    by Grace Wong on 30/06/2014

    A user friendly app! Does all the basic tasks for sharing expenses. If the app could also track when amounts are settled between individuals, this would be a BIG BIG help! I am on a +4 month trip with friends and would love to record settled amounts in the app and have owed amounts updated to reflect this. I would also recommend more reporting options, such as within each category, how much