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March 09, 2014
Manilla LLC has produced an android app called Manilla-Bills and Reminders that allows you to sync all of your accounts, credit cards, and bills, and get reminders when you have payments due soon.
Manilla-Bills and Reminders has been featured on the Today Show as one of Money Magazine's "Freshest Money Apps and Websites." It is a free and secure app that allows you to view all of your accounts in one place under one password.
Manilla works by having automated access to over 3,500 service providers (cell phones, utilities, credit cards, etc). Once you sign up and enter your account information, Manilla automatically finds your monthly statements and gleans information from them (account balances, amounts due, payment dates, etc) and presents it to you all at once in an easy to navigate mobile interface.
Manilla also eliminates the need for you to have paper file storage because it encrypts and saves all of the statements that it collects in an unlimited online storage system. It's secure, but you can access them whenever you need to.
Manilla also helps you avoid late fees, and maintain your credit score, by sending you reminders when you have payments that are coming due. It also helps you avoid overspending by giving you immediate account adjustment when you make purchases. Need to know if you have enough disposable income for that great purse or new headphones? You can check your balances right from your phone.
With these features at your fingertips, you can effectively manage your budget from anywhere with just the click of a button. Find it today at the Google Play Store.
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