Tricount: Split Bills & Manage Group Expenses
Tricount is an app which helps you share expenses in a group. It is great for holidays, organising parties or events with several people, managing your budget, etc.
 
With a simple, intuitive interface, it helps you share and manage expenses within a group. It also helps in uneven sharing of expenses which can be of real help when you need it. It even works offline with updates whenever you connect with the Internet.
 
You just need to create an account, share the link with your friends and you are good to go! Once the entries are done, you can instantly figure out who should pay how much to whom and settle your accounts. Forget Excel now; use Tricount to share your expenses easily and efficiently.
 
 
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