Goin' Dutch (for Series 60 smartphones)
With Goin' Dutch you can easily and quickly calculate how much each person in a party must pay when you share the bill. Whether you go to a concert, on a long weekend to Paris or on holiday to Spain, Goin' Dutch will keep track of expenses.
How does it work? For example, let's assume you are going on a trip to Paris by car.
First, you would create a new event, called Trip to Paris. Our phone uses British Pounds as it's default currency. Most of the way will be in Euro country, so we'll set the currency to Euros, and add the conversion from Pounds to Euros. Later we will see that Goin' Dutch can show the expenses in Pounds too.
You add the participants to this trip. A participants must be one of your contacts. You can add participants to your contacts from within the program.
When a participant pays for something, you add the expense to the event, attributing the expense to the paying person.
You can see how much the event has cost up to now, how much everybody has paid so far, who owes who and how much, and each individual expense.
You close the event after the trip. You can then tell everybody at once much they need to pay or how much they get back. You can show the expenses and payouts both in Pounds and in Euros.
You can download the free demo version [.sis file, 32 Kb] of Goin' Dutch (for Series 60 Smartphones). This demo version limits you to
- a single event at the time
- three participants per event
- and four bills per event
Goin' Dutch is distributed under this license [.txt file, 5 Kb]. You need to accept the license before you can install Goin' Dutch.