SplitBook app for Windows 10 helps you keep track of bills
Today we will talk about SplitBook application, which seems to be inspired from the Splitwise application, and which is very popular among co-workers and friends, as it allows them to keep track for bills and shared expenses in a single place so that everyone can have access to them and see how much they owe.
This is great if you usually share expenses with friends, especially when you are going to trips or when you throw a party where everyone comes and pays for something. Unfortunately, Splitwise is not an official application for Windows and its website doesn’t offer the best experience on mobile devices.
Well, this is when SplitBook app comes in handy. The application has been developed by Krishna Chaitanya, which made SplitBook to be a universal Windows 10 application, meaning that it can be installed on devices that run on Windows 10 (computers, laptops, tablets) or Windows 10 Mobile (smartphones).
SplitBook is the only Splitwise client on the Windows Store that’s offering badge, toast and tile notification, but it also allows you to add, update and save expense receipts. It is great that you can save the receipts, as you will be able to dive deep into the expenses at a later date.
SplitBook is a great application that comes with a clean user interface inspired from Splitwise and we assure you that you will have an awesome experience with it. So, if you are a Splitwise user, we suggest you to test out SplitBook and share with us your impressions about your experience with this application!
SplitBook’s installation file has 17MB in size and it can be downloaded and installed directly from the Windows Store!
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