Expensify: Receipts & Expenses

Expensify: Receipts & Expenses

By Expensify, Inc.

  • Category: Business
  • Release Date: 2011-10-22
  • Current IOS App Version: 8.4.9.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 103.27 MB
  • IOS App Developer: Expensify, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 46,105 IOS App Ratings

Description

Easily track your receipts and manage expenses on the go with Expensify. Just take a photo of your receipt and Expensify automatically transcribes the details. Expensify can categorize and code each receipt, and can even automatically submit business expenses for approval and reimbursement. You can track personal receipts, submit business expenses to your company (even if they don’t officially use Expensify), or collect expense reports from colleagues. With customers ranging from individual freelancers and small businesses to Fortune 500 companies, Expensify is the perfect tool for anyone who needs to keep track of receipts and automate expense management. "The Best Business Travel App" - Business Insider "Expensify is like a virtual accountant" - Wall Street Journal "A mobile app that helps you run your business" - Forbes Features: - Track and submit receipts and expenses - Next-day direct deposit reimbursement - In-app purchase - Mileage and GPS tracking - Automatic credit card import - Works with receipts in any currency - Corporate card reconciliation - Candidate reimbursement - Per diem functionality - Accounting integrations (QuickBooks, Xero, NetSuite, Intacct, and more!) Awards: - Endorsed by the AICPA and CPA.com - Readers' Choice Awards - CPA Practice Advisor, 2018 - App Partner of the Year - Xero Americas, 2017 - Innovation Partner of the Year - NetSuite, 2017 - Best 100 Cloud Companies Worldwide - Forbes, 2016 To learn more visit use.expensify.com or email sales@expensify.com. -------------------------- Payment for the Expensify subscription will be charged to your iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase and will automatically renew monthly unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before to the end of the current period. Your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. You can manage your subscription and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to your Account Settings after purchase. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when you purchase a subscription to that publication, where applicable. For further details, visit our terms and conditions (https://use.expensify.com/terms/) and privacy policy (https://use.expensify.com/privacy) pages.

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Reviews

  • Awesome app

    5
    By ComputerGuy143
    It was very easy and straightforward to approve expenses on Expensify.
  • This app works really well.

    5
    By CraigMelville
    We’ve been using this app for many years. Easy to use and versatile app. We recommend it to anyone who needs to track receipts either for claiming or just filing for tax.
  • You are not helping!

    1
    By EvidenceApps.com
    This new feature that automatically assigns receipts to a random open expense report is the WORST. Support says it is an “option that cannot be turned off.” News flash, if you can’t turn it off, it is NOT an option. We have multiple clients and projects. These projects incur expenses that must be on DIFFERENT expense reports and come in at DIFFERENT times. She. I email a receipt, as I have done for the past four years, it should be UNASSIGNED or give me the OPTION to have it remain so. Do some research before you make a new feature that could impact your user base.
  • Great concept but buggy

    2
    By Q-sick
    I like how it works usually, but keeps telling me to fix violations but blank screen. If this app worked it would be great.
  • If you want to pay for all your receipts to be lost, ...

    1
    By NotOkayNotOkay000
    if you want to spend weeks in inane and time consuming communication with customer service that doesn’t know how their own app works — Boy oh boy, is this is the app for you. This was by far the most idiotic and frustrating experience I’ve ever had with any piece of software in my life — and I use a lot of technology. Run far far away from this and use anything else. I’ll be photographing and manually entering my receipts now after learning this took ten times more time and one hundred times more frustration than the straight up old fashioned way.
  • Sad

    1
    By Flyshootsleep
    I'm so sad I have been using this app since May 2013 and now I have to pay for a subscription.
  • Designed to prevent reimbursements

    1
    By JustWantCarPlayToWorkWell
    They advertise that you just need to scan your receipt and done! But then you have to close the app, wait an unknown amount of time, and then go back in to actually submit your expense. I've had a couple hundred dollars worth of expenses not reimbursed over the last year because I forgot to log back in to do part 2 until after the 30 day window is done. How do you not have notifications constantly reminding users that they have uploaded expenses that they're not going to get paid for unless they submit them?!
  • So easy to use

    5
    By younskeet
    Man it’s legit easy to use cut my expense time in half
  • Super bowl

    1
    By Eurekahowdy
    Put your app on a super bowl commercial. Genius... problem is all is does is crash. So much for that app
  • Be VERY sure about Expensify pricing policies...

    1
    By Kdole
    I have a small business and had hoped Expensify would help with organizing and tracking staff expenses and such...but the set up and process didn’t provide the benefits I’d expected for my particular needs. I tried it out for several weeks (after the initial trial), realized it wasn’t for me, but then got busy with other work, and waited several months to find the log in info and cancel the account. It promptly warned me that I was on a very confusing annual plan, and that they would have to bill me for a higher rate for the months I’ve been using the program. Though I hadn’t been “using” the program, I suppose I didn’t meet the qualifications of an inactive user(?), and that I would have to pay a canceled subscription charge amounting to about 6 months of fees I’d already been paying for 8 months. While I am not normally affected by irritations such as this, it seemed incredibly deceptive, even after reading through the pricing structure again afterwards, and has prompted me to write this review, hoping it might encourage others to understand it thoroughly before committing to an Expensify program. It might have been cheaper to keep the program for the extra months and cancel later, but by that time I was too huffy to consider it, and just wanted out. Too bad. I might have revisited it another time, but certainly not now.

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