Manage Your Bills and Accounts with Manilla
Looking for an effective, central way to manage all of your monthly bills, credit cards, subscriptions, and daily rewards? You need to get hip to Manilla, the online service which just released their Android application today. The free service provides users with an at-a-glance look at multiple accounts, lets them set alerts and reminders, view statements and more. We’re talking your electric bill, Netflix subscription, Marriott Rewards, Groupon, and Sprint bill all in one place.
Manilla, as a whole, launched back in March and has been up and running for a few months now. The database of providers is already at 1,200 and continues to grow by more than 100 each week. The mobile application picks up right where the desktop web-client leaves off, even offering automated reminders in the form of text, email, and within the app. Seriously, we can’t figure out how this is free. The only downside we see at this point is that Manilla is strictly for U.S. customers.
Read more about Manilla on their website and be sure to check out the listing in the Android Market. The app is free to download on any device running 2.1 or higher, including tablets.
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