Billr: Bill Splitting at the Table
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The quickest way to split a bill and calculate the tip at restaurants and bars.
Easy to use:
1) Pick your party size -- up to 16 people!
2) List the cost of each dish.
3) Split shared items (e.g., wine or appetizers).
4) Set the tax and tip amounts.
5) Show each person what they owe on your phone, or send them a copy of the split bill by text message or email.
Billr works with all currencies.
Billr: A feature-complete tip calculator and check splitting utility for iPhone and iPod Touch.
What's New in Version 1.2
Support for iPhone 5!
Update Aug 2013:
I would love to be able to take discounts off the total in this app. I've run into this a couple of times out with friends where we get say a 10% discount off the total, and the app has no mechanism for applying that to each individual bill currently. Would be really helpful because then those with a larger portion of the bill would get a bigger percent of the discount. :)
This has been a problem so many times going out with my friends and now...there's an app for that! This app makes splitting easy, including figuring out how much tax everyone owes. Set tip % to "0" if folks are paying with credit cards and plan to write it in after. Love it!
This app helped a lot with my calculation of a large party for dinner. However, I would like it if there was a way to employ some kind of calculator for each item.
On our bill, some items for 10% off and other items were not. The bill did not calculate each item separately, but instead printed 10% off the total bill (before tax/tip) near the bottom. I had to switch between this app and the calculator for every item that was 10% off, or do the math in my head. This was rather annoying.
If there was a way to simply click 15% off or 10% off on each item using the calculator, it would be much simpler.
Good not great
I needed to find something that would bring a lot of the confusion and be helpful to save time at the end of a meal with a bunch of people, thats when you start seeing people who place orders look shocked when their part of the check is given to them. I like almost everything about this app except that one thing was flawed, the tip. It calculates the tip after taxes have been added to someones bill, you can see it on the receipt totals, thats the only thing i think that doesn't add up. The app itself is a great tool, but i believe could and will be better the more people send ideas for better use.