This free tip calculator features fast bill entry and splitting, ideal for those dining out, on a date, or having drinks with friends.
• Splits bill with ease!
• Save $$$ by tipping an exact amount
• Rounding feature!
What our users are saying...
"Simple. To the point. Beautiful."
"Especially love the split function"
"Perfect and easy"
"Easy to read"
This app is supported by advertising.
Small design changes for a better experience, including design hints for VoiceOver mode.
Ratings and Reviews
Get's it done in a snap!
There are many things this app might do, but the things I need it to do are quick and easy. Can I change the percentage I want to give? Yes, in a snap. Can I split a bill in half, or even between 7? So quick. I'm not a mathematician, I know when there's good service. I know when I want to boost a tip, there it is. I use this app a lot.
Decent app, ads are anxiety-inducing
The app works as intended and is very handy for the mathematically un-inclined. However, the ads pop up and take the entire screen, usually when there’s a long line of people behind you waiting for you to leave. So the logical solution is to open the app before your turn in line to let the app run its course. Unless your forget, or you’re the first in line. In any case, it’s not at all user-friendly, to my way of thinking.
Trying to quickly calculate tip while getting out of the way and also having to wait for the ad to run its course before I can even start calculating is massively anxiety-inducing.
In the end, it’s probably just faster for me to use the calculator on my phone, which is supposed to be the point of this app to begin with. The ads negate the purpose of the app.
I recommend just having banner ads, as long as I can use the app without interference, it works well. Otherwise, the phone calculator probably does the job just as well.
Ads ruin usability
This app works well enough in the general sense. However, ads will pop up and take over the entire screen every other time you try to use it. And you can’t dismiss them right away either. I decided to delete the app because I didn’t want to deal with that anymore. You can pay to get rid of the ads, but I felt like the developer was trying to badger me into forking over money rather than letting the value of the app itself persuade me. I didn’t want to reward such an obnoxious strategy.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.