Moneytree is all about helping people manage their spending.
The paid expenses feature allows users to organize claims and download them from the cloud as CSV or Excel files.
Moneytree wants to help ‘appwardly mobile consumers’ wrangle their personal finances (#StartupAsia Arena)
Moneytree is already pre-installed on all of the iPhones in Apple Japan's retail stores - but will the Arena judges want to install it on theirs?
Japan-based Moneytree will add point tracking support to its personal finance app, alerting users before their free money expires.
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