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Fully customizable automated invoicing to save you time and money

ChargeOver Automated Subscription...
Review posted Thu 10 Jul '14

If you've ever been in the business of collecting subscriptions from customers you will already know that there are pitfalls. For a start, a percentage of credit card payments will fail for one reason or another and communication to those customers via phone or email is guaranteed to take up way too much of your time. ChargeOver takes the hard graft out of automated invoicing and recurring billing by getting rid of paper invoices and statements and replacing them with a fully customizable automatic invoicing platform that's filled with great features.   If you are looking for a flexible, extendable ... Read more

A new, easy and provocative way of writing a personal diary or journal

Askt App Journal by daily questions
Review posted Sat 26 Apr '14

You might have seen a review that FeedMyApp posted recently for an app called BooksTo.Me. In it, it was mentioned how posting daily Instagram photos has become the new diary for many people and how it was a convenient way of documenting your life. The diary concept has all but disappeared for many these days, but with so many popular online versions available as well as the plethora of personal blogs and journals, it’s obvious that many have a hankering to document their daily activities. But anyone who writes on a daily basis will know that the hardest sentence to ... Read more



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Review posted Sun 18 Aug '13  ·  426 comments

Selling your stuff online used to be so damned complicated that many small businesses wouldn't even contemplate it in the past. They would prefer to go through a distributor and take a smaller cut rather than attempt to get their own credit card payment system online. But, in this ever changing e-commerce friendly world, it just got a little easier - as easy as pressing a button, in fact. PayStand is an e-commerce and payment application for online shopping that allows you to directly accept credit cards online for payment for your product - whether it be physical, digital or ... Read more

Never forget who borrowed your Marvin Gaye book ... or that $20!

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Review posted Fri 12 Apr '13  ·  311 comments

Have a look at your fridge door. Is it covered with post-it notes detailing money owed or split bills that you share with flat mates?  Or a list of books, cd's or DVD's that you have lent to friends? That's how mine looks, anyway. I've thought of using one of the many apps available but, to be quite honest, they've left a little to be desired. Some only link up to your social media friends, some require yet another log in with a password (just what i need) and some only deal in money whereas most of the things I ... Read more

Use social peer pressure to get your buddies to pay up

PayWithMe Simplifying Group Payments
Review posted Wed 3 Apr '13  ·  68 comments

When you are the guy who has volunteered to collect the money for a group or team event it's not always a pleasant thing. There's always one or two that lag behind the rest when its time to pay up but you're the one who comes across as the bad guy. It's not fair. Well now you can use an app to 'spread the blame' so that the request comes from the ones who have already coughed up their dough as well as the guy collecting the money. is a simple set of social accountability tools that uses peer pressure ... Read more

Solve problems, answer questions and get tips

Tipspedia The best source for any tips
Review posted Wed 26 Dec '12  ·  6 comments

I used to work with a guy who I once described in a newsletter as someone who knew a little bit about everything. If he didn't know enough about the subject, he always seemed to know where to get that information from. Strangely, he took umbridge at my observation, but I think that there is something admirable about having a broad spectrum of knowledge. And a broad spectrum of knowledge is a phrase you could easily associate with Tipspedia because, while it may not contain the answers to all of life's questions, it does provide an expert to help you ... Read more

How to get your financial disputes negotiated for free

ChargeBack Get your money back
Review posted Thu 22 Nov '12  ·  64 comments

I know this sounds like its too good to be true but ChargeBack is a new financial application that negotiates payments disputes without charging you a dime. Yes, well I know it's hard to believe that a financial transaction won't cost you money these days but it's true. ChargeBack uses new technology to  bring together merchants and consumers to settle financial disputes online quickly and simply and charges nothing for the service.   The traditional chargeback process is messy, complicated and time consuming but ChargeBack turns that on it's head with its use of exciting new technology to resolve payment ... Read more

The bees-knees of negotiating skills

Negotiate It The only app that shows you...
Review posted Tue 16 Oct '12  ·  68 comments

While I was doing a little background research about this finance tips application it was hard not to see the plethora of mentions of developer Ramit Sethi. It would appear that Mr Sethi, a New York Times best selling author and former Stanford inmate, is the bees knees when it comes to negotiating deals. He runs a blog called I Will Teach You To Be Rich and has now released this monetary guide based on his ability to negotiate his way out of everything from bank fees to car insurance whilst also teaching you how to best negotiate your next ... Read more

Everything you ever wanted to know about Japanese animation

Anime Doctor World's Largest Anime...
Review posted Sun 23 Sep '12  ·  29 comments

No, Anime Doctor isn't a virtual medical app where you can submit your ailments for online appraisal nor is it the home of an online vet. For the uninitiated, Anime began as a Japanese art form from the early part of the 20th Century. However, since the 1960's it has become one of the fastest moving and most influential art movements of our time. Anime, and the  Manga magazines that put it on the street, reflects populist art and design that has not only inspired much of Disney's recent work but often gives an insight into Japanese society that is ... Read more

An easy way to keep your finances in check

BillDiary The simple way to manage bills
Review posted Thu 20 Sep '12  ·  58 comments

I wonder how much each of us pays out in late payment fees every year. Unless you are one of those super organized types, I bet you fork out a substantial amount of your hard earned ash each year just because you fail to pay your credit card or utility bill by the date it's supposed to be paid by. BillDiary is a wonderfully simple money application that uses SMS and email to remind you when payment is due.   Need a tool to help you with your budget? Whether for personal or business the management of bills is an ... Read more

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