TheRomMistress · Aug 10, 2011 at 09:00 am

Check Please!

“A penny saved is a penny earned”; what does that mean to you? For many, it is the difference between spending a few extra bucks on dinner with your friends or being able to pay next months rent. Watching your wallet and being a tightwad may seem uncouth, but lets face it, we all have to do it eventually. When you do manage to scrape up some extra cash to have dinner with your gang, the words “check please” will inevitably follow. This is the uncomfortable moment when everyone is thinking to themselves, “Should I offer to pay?…” or “Maybe I should have requested a separate check…” When faced with this situation, there is really no polite way of handling things, but what if there was an app for that?

For this occasion, XDA member Rejinderi‘s Advanced Bill Splitter should do the trick.  This extremely simple Android app allows you to save every penny by calculating exactly how much each individual owes.

Very useful when you go out with your friends and don’t want to calculate the bills using a calculator, you can just pass around the phone for people to choose the items they ate/bought/shared.

  • Tips calculation
  • Tax calculation
  • Items discounts
  • Equal bill splitting
  • Unequal bill splitting (super sleek! the best out there)
  • SMS overall bill

So next time you’re out with your friends and want to avoid those awkward moments of payment, just whip out your phone and say “Hey guys, I just downloaded this cool app on the Market! Why don’t we give it a spin now and figure out who owes what?” To get started saving your hard earned cash, visit the original thread now.


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