I didn’t upload my venmo info so I’m not sure why it’s saying that my friends venmoed a “new user” on venmo from Splitwise the amount of money owed to me. I will never see that money now. Worst app ever
Tough to change details name and phone number while active, cannot add more than two people
Not intuitive and doesn’t connect easily to PayPal!
This is a great app the free edition is wonderful. Me and my friends are using it to split rent and to add when we are all splitting the cost for something. This is an extremely beneficial tool to use when wanting to make sure that you and your friends are all paying their fair share.
Not user friendly. I could have done the math of splitting between 12 people quicker in my head
It’s easy to use, makes figuring out who payed last for what a non-issue, and links directly to Venmo and other pay apps. Ps. Kittens!
... because Splitwise is our mediator! It's so good, no awkward conversations, just add what you bought and Splitwise keeps the 'who owes what?' tally up to date. You can even do custom stuff, like $150 of the Costco bill for my expensive, organic vegetarian food, and $55 was your canivourous, meat goods. I have mastered recurring expenses too, for things like our internet bill. My partner too, has been nudged toward more financial mindfulness by having to use this tool. It is a massive win-win! Get it .. and have no more silent financial resentment!
No customer support phone number or chat. Only emails. Wry slow to respond.
You don't need to worry about splitting the expenses between friends. It does everything for you.
I love the purpose and thoroughness of this app! Desperately needed, saves so much math headaches. But when I just wanted to split between a few camping trip peers, the app required unique, verified, real contact info for every single person, just to split costs for one trip. Many people need to split costs with those they may not know well, but even knowing all these people—it’s really inconvenient and sleazy to require verified contact info (clearly to try and spread the app more), but it turned the whole group off to the app and now all these potential future users associate the app with being sketchy in its user data requirements. Please, don’t give in to tacky behavior or “dark UX patterns”. Only require user data when it’s actually necessary. Thank you!