Tracking your spending may cause
an unpleasant sensation.
But it can also seriously
improve your life.
Save up more.
Work fewer hours.
Climb out of debt.

People get blamed for overspending, but it's deeper than that.

You are constantly encouraged to spend.
The more, the better.

This is good for business, but bad for people.
Half of America lives paycheck-to-paycheck. Most couldn't come up with $500.

They get away with it because you have no way to manage your spending.
How can you control something you aren't even tracking? It's like trying to drive the speed limit without a speedometer.

Spending less can have great impact.
For some, it means saving up more. But for many others, it means working fewer hours in a gig economy. For many more, it means climbing out of debt rather than further down.

So we built a speedometer for your finances.
You know how to make the right decisions — like when to go out and when to eat in — you just need data to inform those choices.

We're not the first financial management app. But we are the first focused on spending & income. They're more important than all the bells and whistles.