Receipts by Wave
The Washington Post

Managing finances is never easy, particularly when you can’t quite keep track of receipts. Out of many receipt-management apps out there, Wave tries to distinguish itself by incorporating technology that will scan a receipt, read it and input the numbers for you automatically. This feature works well with bills and crisp receipts, though it has a bit more trouble with any paper that was crammed into a pocket. With those, users may have to edit their entries before verifying them in the app. This app works best in conjunction with the Web version of the service, which has more features and lets users add more information such as their bank account.

The Android version of the app, which is in beta, doesn’t work as smoothly as the iOS version but is still fine for quick entries.

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