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Pay invoices and Track Expenses

Struggling to keep track of all your bills? This app collects them in one place, then monitors and pays them using your linked bank account, debit card, or credit card. Unbill also helps you split expenses with others, like the Netflix account you share with your roommate.

Cost: The app adds a 99-cent fee each time it pays a bill via an eCheck from your bank account. Pay with your debit or credit card, and the fee's either 99 cents or 2.49 to 2.99 percent of the bill (whichever is greater).

Spendee Premium

Tell this app where your money goes, and it'll analyze your expenses and help set budgets for different categories (like travel and food) so you don't end the month cash poor. You can be notified when you're nearing a spending threshold, and create accounts with family and friends to keep tabs on household and shared expenses.

Cost: $1.99 a month or $14.99 per year.


Frustrated by conversations with her ex about money, single mom and tech entrepreneur Sheri Atwood launched SupportPay, a child-support platform that lets families see how and when money is spent on kids. You can set reminders, upload receipts, resolve payment disputes, and keep relevant court-certified records in a single central spot.

Cost: SupportPay Lite, which includes basic transaction entries and expense tracking dating back six months, is free. The highest-tier plan, SupportPay Legal, is $12.99 per month, billed annually, and includes unlimited tracking and entries, phone support, and court-ready documents with tracked expenses.