A new app is helping folks get a grip on their money. Clarity Money has had over 40,000 downloads in its first week after launch, as well as being a featured app on the Apple App Store. Founders say the app has already analyzed more than $5 billion worth of transactions by consumers eager for a new way to control their cash.
Venture capitalist Adam Dell created Clarity Money to “empower users with the tools to gain transparency and take control of their finances.” Dell says that when give the right tools, people will embrace financial planning and work to improve their fiscal lives. “Americans know their finances need work, and we’re here to help,” says Dell.
Users have already saved $300,000 in subscription cancellations
With Clarity Money, users can negotiate their bills and cancel subscriptions, saving money that was previously being wasted on things they didn’t really need or want. The app uses artificial intelligence to do all this with one simple click, saving users time and hassle.
Dell says that over a thousand accounts have already been opened, and people have saved more than $300,000 in subscription fees so far. “This kind of growth is unprecedented in personal financial apps, and we’re honored that so many users have chosen Clarity Money as their financial advocate.”
Clarity Money also helps people lower their monthly expenses by giving suggestions about using credit cards, searching out ways to lower bills, and getting rid of unnecessary expenses.
Users love it so far
People have been giving feedback on Clarity money, saying it’s replaced the other apps they were using, and that they are able to easily keep track of their money with the new app. “Very easy to use, looks stunning, and is extremely insightful,” said one user. “Everything is integrated and actionable from within the app. This app is a keeper!”
The team behind Clarity Money includes former Google and IBM folks, as well as an economic historian and a behavioral economist.
Clarity Money is available now in the Apple App Store and can be downloaded to your Apple digital device.