Expensify: Receipts & Expenses

Expensify: Receipts & Expenses

By Expensify, Inc.

  • Category: Business
  • Release Date: 2011-10-22
  • Current Version: 8.4.14.4
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 101.74 MB
  • Developer: Expensify, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 59,274 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

  • Need the app - crashes often

    3
    By Steve 7876
    I’ve been using the app for about 6 months for my job to track mileage. I use the GPS function often. But it crashes constantly and have to be sure to double check the mileage tracker on the app with my car because it’s often wrong after it crashes. Happens just about every time I use it to track trips. Defeats the point of the app if I have to check the miles every time.
  • Expensify blows up during app switching

    2
    By RVD2U2
    App should not crash when app switching ...
  • Closed expenses

    1
    By Zombiefukr
    I submit monthly expenses to work and somehow the app keeps closing my reports without my knowledge. Therefore, it doesn’t allow me to email receipts at all! This becomes detrimental when you’re trying to complete tasks efficiently!
  • Good, but could be better

    3
    By AMA1999
    Pros - Love receipt scanning! Cons - Report submission has a clunky workflow. - Not very intuitive UI
  • Not well - err, just not tested

    1
    By exceedingly angry user
    Seems like i good app, it let me in, i added some recipts, then it said to click the validation link it sent, well i dont gave one and theres no way to resend it or even check/change which ‘email’ its sent to (where email means email or phone). Well you can log out and try again and it sends you a link but since your on your phone the link goes to the website, the website forces you to use the app, and redirects you to the app store, where you can see that you have already downloaded the app. You proceed to the app to find that the login has not succeeded. This is not a sneaky bug, it is literally just the expected sequence of steps, the most obvious bug imaginable.
  • Needs better receipt capture

    1
    By FreeLunch
    For an expense app that focuses on receipts i would expect it to capture a receipt and auto trim the edges like competitive services to.
  • Freezes constantly while recording miles

    2
    By Tikilili
    I’ve been using this app for over 2 years. I used to love this app, but now it freezes AT LEAST once a trip when it’s supposed to be recording miles. Please fix!
  • Administrative Nightmare

    1
    By Deeso
    As a finance professional at a small company, we installed Expensify as a way to track and report travel related expenses. Our staff enjoys Expensify, for it’s a user friendly alternative to using MS Excel documents, which were used until my arrival in 2016. We receive some complaints about the software’s functions such as OCR not working properly, etc, but overall their feedback is positive. My rating, however, is based on the back end functionality of the software, where the controllers and accounting managers spend their time. It is from this standpoint that Expensify is just terrible... terrible, terrible, terrible. Here’s why: 1) No customer service. If you have any issues no matter how benign or catastrophic, you’re going to wait at least a day to hear back. There are no humans you can call upon for help. Not a customer success representative to be found. New age tech companies are known for this, and Expensify is a model for forgetting customer service is key. 2) Have a question on a major transition to take place at your company? Go to its “community;” where you can sort through questions/answers posed by people just as confused as you are. 3) It’s set up so that employees (and their corporate credit cards) are synced to the company’s web domain... what happens when you change your company name or change your company’s wed address? You’re in for a journey. Changing are a complete nightmare... and you have no customer support to see you through the change. 4) Need to reconcile your company’s credit card spend between your credit card statement and Expensify reports? Forget about it. There’s no easy way to do such; doing so requires significant manual interventions. Expensify attempts to build such a report that achieve the need, but it’s clear such reconciliations are built by engineers and not accountant’s. Basic backend stuff. 5) Want to find out and/or troubleshoot an employee’s issue? Only Expensify does that. There aren’t very many administrative controls you can exercise over a user’s account. When going through our name change, each employee had to create new email addresses as alternate logins. As admins we were not allowed the functionality to do this from a systematic, org wide approach... all because of some quirk in Expensify’s design, which requires certain tasks to be performed in certain sequences unbeknownst to us. 6) Uncertainties about billing... we changed our billing owner, that triggered a change in our subscription, where our subscription was not auto renewed... thus we were charged $18 per user, not the $9 per user we agreed to. The change to its fee structure was buried in an email from it’s CEO about the company’s progress and sent to only select people in the organization and not Expensify admins. In the end, the user experience is a dramatic improvement on spreadsheets; however it’s backend setup and faulty customer service model means we’re certainly beginning the process of seeking alternatives that balance both the user and administrative experiences.
  • I’m paying for unlimited but not getting it

    1
    By riotmkr
    I made an account and scanned some receipts, I subscribed and paid my $5 per month. But it keeps telling me I’m not subscribed. So I delete it all and make a new account... same exact thing. I’ve now paid $10 and it tells me I’m still on the free account. Disappointing.
  • So easy to use!

    5
    By Jim Krey
    Very easy to use!

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