GetReminded: Organise & Save 4+

Bill Reminder & Organiser

GetReminded Pty Ltd

    • 4.5 • 876 Ratings
    • Free



GetReminded recognised in TOP 10 APPS for Budgeting & Saving. Conquer cost of living rises with the app that can save money on recurring services.

Discover why people all around the world use GetReminded to get alerts when contracts, bills and life events are due - all in one free app.

Have you ever renewed a phone plan or insurance contract without asking for the best price? Forgotten to renew a car registration or passport on time? Don't let it happen again. Save time and money by setting reminders that free you from these worries. We have created an app that's perfect for busy people to stay on top of important things in life.


Using GetReminded will save you money and make life easier by keeping track of all your mobile plans, insurance policies, energy contracts, vehicle registration and licences, online subscriptions, and much more.

All your important reminders are delivered FREE in one smartphone app!


1. Choose a reminder category/type and your current Provider.

2. Add the recurring Cost (if applicable)

3. Enter the date it is due (or a review date)

4. Tap ‘Create’.

Alerts are sent to your phone and email with relevant advertiser’s offers so you can start shopping around straight from the app.

We give you quick and simple ways to save money when it’s time to renew contracts and plans. Avoid overpaying for phone, streaming services, internet or other everyday commitments. We will help you to save money while organising your life in a simple all-in-one app that’s 100% free.

No more overpayment for being a loyal customer, penalties for late payment, or missing important life events.

GetReminded is the world’s best app to create simple reminders and get an organised life.


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What’s New

Version 3.1.5

Minor bug fixes.

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
876 Ratings

876 Ratings

Jofifijo ,

Great, but room for improvement

A really great app however I would like to have the ability to turn email reminders off as it’s clogging up my inbox and I already have the app notifications...

The expiry feature in the app also seems to need a bit of work as I have monthly recurring payments that appear at the top of my feed for days after they’re “due”. I also have things at the bottom of my feed that are closer to bing due that things in the middle?

Developer Response ,

Hi Jofifijo
We hear you. You can unsubscribe from emails (see link at bottom), and we are improving the listing of reminders in the feed.
Cheers, Tim, co-founder

Me-123- ,

Pointless restrictions make this app useless

This app is incredibly frustrating. It could be really great but it’s got strict pre-set payment frequencies that make it absolutely useless. All the developers need to do is to make it much more flexible for users. For example, I have ongoing pet food deliveries every 6 weeks that I want an ongoing automatic reminder for. I don’t want to have to keep re-entering a new reminder every 6 weeks. And I want to enter the 6 weekly amount into the costs, but the only options are monthly or yearly. I have no idea why it’s so inflexible. You need to allow us to enter the frequency that we actually pay something, rather than limiting our options to whatever it is you think it should be. This goes for all kinds of payments - gas, electricity, phones, rego, licence, etc. I also want to be able to remove the tabs that I don’t need (eg. Loans, finance) and create my own that I do need. I also want to be able to create expenses that I don’t need a reminder for. Some are just ongoing debits that do not end but I would still like to have them in there to see everything together.

Developer Response ,

Hi me-123, you have made some excellent suggestions. We have listened and I am pleased to say that they are coming in the next major app update. Hope it meets your expectations :) Cheers, Tim at GetReminded

Old man Geoff ,

Great Idea But Needs Further Development

This idea of this app is theoretically great, however (unfortunately) it is somewhat inflexible in the current phase of it’s development.

I’d only been using it for a few minutes and was faced with the dilemma of it’s standardised restrictions, such as:

1. Payment frequency options in this app did not offer sufficient alternatives to match my actual bills. Therefore, as a forecasting tool it was useless.

2. The standard list of categories/options is quite ok, however it is quite limited. Therefore I’d like to see an option where we can create our own categories.

3. Some of our regular costs, such as home energy utilities obviously vary greatly from season to season in what we are charged. Therefore it would be great if a we could zoom down further into these bills to provide more accurate estimates for each period.

Maybe there are more problems, but honestly this idea has great potential but needs more work to be taken seriously!

Developer Response ,

Hi Geoff,

Glad you like the idea of the app. We are striving to make it useful for as many people as possible. Although some will want more versatility than we might provide.

You can set reminders on a weekly/fortnightly/monthly/quarterly/6 monthly basis. See the Bills category. All other categories allow annual and longer reminders.

If you need a category that's not currently available, try the 'More > Custom' option.

Appreciate the idea to focus on bills based on seasonality. However note we are not trying to be a budgeting app, we are focussed to be a great reminder app to ensure you review a contract at a specific time in the future.

Cheers, Tim.

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