The quickest, easiest way to split the check at a restaurant.
Add items and drag them right on to people's plates, and watch the totals update in real time. Figuring out who owes what has never been so simple and so fun.
- Add up to 10 people
- Drag items to individual plates, or split shared items like appetizers
- Calculate tax and tip
- Want to save time? Enter the most important items, then hit "Split the rest" to share the rest evenly.
- Added 5% and 8% options to tip slider
- Fixed layout issues when trying to share a bill
- Fixed bug when stacking 3 or more plates together on the final screen
Ratings and Reviews
Fantastic; absolutely the most useful app of is kind
Makes sharing the city of a meal with friends a breeze. App apportions tax and tip by the individual diner's total (when I first tried this app about 6 months ago, the sales tax was done as an even split by the number of fingers. Kudos to the developers for fixing this).
I love this because dragging items one by one to the individual diners automatically sums them up. No need for another calculator to be open. Another nice feature is that you can stack the completed plates for another total, like when two diners want to pay together as one.
Love it, but let me Name the Plates
My friends and I love this app it has made going to eat so much easier when the bill comes!! However, sometimes friends start milling around when the bill comes and it’d be great to have an option tick off from a list of friends who i regularly dine with that are there, and have it show above their plates just the way mine shows “YOU”; then I can easily see their names and assign the right amounts to them, rather than try to count plates and keep them straight, which can get hard when there are 10 people involved.
Love this app, but the math is wrong on the new "combine plates" feature— I tested it with 4 people, a $10 bill with $1 tax and 10% tip for a total of $12... I split evenly which correctly showed $3 each... But when I combined all plates the amount on the plates jumped to $15. (More info on the plates revealed the subtotal to be $13 when it should have been $10.)
UPDATE: I found the error only occurs when you drag an already combined set of plates onto a single plate or another set. If you drag only single plates onto others, it adds up correctly. Thanks for the input!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.