Splittr - Expense Splitting 4+

Split costs with friends

RWichmann GmbH

Designed for iPhone

    • 4.8 • 413 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Splittr helps you to split group expenses on vacations, with your roommates or any other group activity.

Simply add expenses as you go and Splittr will tell you who owes who how much.

Invite your friends and everybody can enter expenses with their own devices.

- Works offline
- Syncs with friends
- No registration needed
- All currencies supported
- Categorize your expenses (custom categories available)
- PDF and CSV export
- Statistics and fun facts about your group
- Super fast and easy user interface
- Intelligent equalization payment algorithm that minimizes the number of transactions
- You can split expenses unevenly if purchasers paid different amounts or if certain participants benefited more or less from the expense
- Automatic backups

Use case: Imagine you are on a trip with two friends: Emma and Daniel. You pay $100 for gas for the trip. Anyone with a calculator can divide that price three ways, but even then, you’d normally have to keep a record of the expense in order to divvy it up later. With Splittr, this expense is entered in a couple of seconds and divided equally with little time or effort.

Imagine that later, you, Emma and Daniel go to a restaurant. You’re not hungry, so you only order juice. Daniel orders a steak and a cheesecake. Emma gets a spinach salad. The bill is $80. Daniel forgot his wallet in the hotel room and doesn’t pay, but you chip in $60 and Emma pays $20. You need a math degree to calculate who owes what, right? Not with Splittr! Simply enter who paid how much and Splittr will do the rest.

It’s that simple!

What’s New

Version 2.14.2

Some minor bug fixes and maintenance.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
413 Ratings

413 Ratings

Edobomination ,

Invaluable app for travel with friends

17 days, 5 couples, 3 countries, 3 currencies, $7,500 in shared expenses and creative expense splitting throughout. Splittr made the finances of this trip between friends SOOOOO simple. I’ve had trips with 2-3 friends over a weekend or so and used a spreadsheet to track it all. But before going on this trip, I knew I needed something more as my spreadsheet became unwieldy when you had to split things unevenly and/or had to exclude different people for different expenses. Not to mention multiple currencies. Splittr handled it all with ease. It can split expenses by $, %, evenly, a weighting, or any combination of these. I merely took a picture of the receipt when an expense was incurred and either entered it on the spot into Splittr (took well less than a minute even with the OCD double checking I do), or that night. It gives a complete report of each expense by person/couple showing what each paid and was allocated for the expense. So complete transparency for all. Also figures out the most expedient way to settle up to minimize transactions between parties. Can’t say enough good things about this app.

Umtakata ,

Great app

Just came back from a week in Nashville with a group of 6 (2 we’re a couple, the other 4 single) taking turns buying rounds, dinner, tickets etc. Typed in the expenses, who participated, who paid and boom it was done. Easy to name each expense and the app auto fills date and time entered. At the end the app figured out how much everyone spent and who owed who. I liked how you can change the weighted shares for different expenses. For example an Uber costs the same for a couple or a single so as we had a couple we could adjust for that type of situation. Already set up my trip to Spain and live how the app converts Euros to Dollars.

nyc 400 ,

Great app with one major thing I would like to see changed

We have used splitter for 8+ years & really like it. It is great for keeping track of your own expenses on a trip or splitting expenses with friends on a trip. In the past I think R, the developer, has been very helpful with problems & responsive to suggestions. That doesn’t appear to the case as much probably due to the volume of users. Also ads are now an integral part of the app, which I understand due to the need for income. However they come with sound that can’t be turned off easily. This causes problems if you are in a public space or in a room with someone that is sleeping. It would be great to be able to turn off all sound for the app in the future R.

App Privacy

The developer, RWichmann GmbH, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Purchases
  • Financial Info
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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