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When you’re working in the wonderful world of freelance or do the majority of your business online, it’s safe to say that you’re going to have to send a lot of invoices. However, with the increasing rise in web apps, you can bet that there of plenty invoicing apps to choose one. Only problem is finding the right one that fits all of your needs.

Ronin is a promising contender in this field and the web app offers an array of features to make the lives of yourself and your clients that extra bit easier. Find out more after the fold.


Early this year we reviewed the wonderfully easy invoicing app Blinksale and, while it was certainly a fantastic web app for invoicing, we found it lacking in a few areas. The Blinksale team has been busy at work making their app even better.

Let’s take a look at what the Blinksale team has changed and improved and why this is an app you should really consider trying.


There are so many apps out there that allow you to manage and create invoices, but the hard part is finding the right one for you. Some lean towards creating great looking invoices whereas others focus on the actual backend and the ease of use for both you and the client.

In this review, I’ll be taking a look at an affordable, yet functional, solution to online billing in the form of an app called CurdBee.


Invoice Bubble has been rebranded and upgraded as Invoiceable, and it’s better than ever. Be sure to check out our full review of Invoiceable!

With the ever-increasing rise in businesses operating via the web, there came a need for invoicing apps and yes, there are plenty. The trouble arises when you’re trying to find the right one for what you need. I’ve spent a good while searching for one that does exactly what I need and I may have just found it in the form of an app by UK-based startup, Haloweb.

In this article, I’m going to be taking a look at Invoice Bubble – an app I deem to be one of the best for performing this menial task with ease.


Even at the very peak of this Web 2.0 era, it’s not exactly easy to setup a payment gateway. Supporting multiple payment gateways needs extreme coding expertise. Now if you add recurring payments to the mix, we will have a glorious mess in our hands.

Chargify helps novices and large businesses alike in making recurring payments on websites such a simple exercise. We tested the app for you and you can read our take on it after the jump.


Keeping track of accounting is an important task, and taking care of your books regularly can prevent your business from going under. Gone are the days when you have to hire a full time accountant or be at the mercy of a pricey chartered accountant.

With advent of web 2.0, there tons of web apps that make you an accounting wizard and FreeAgent is one among them. Does it really free you from the horrors of accounting? Let’s take a look.


If you stumble on the web, there is very good chance you will fall on a streaming music site or an invoicing app. There are simply too many of those sites online; I’ve wondered if they just buy a script and just change the CSS and logo. Contrary to music sites which can be differentiated based on their library, it is not that easy with online book keeping apps. They tend to be pricey, featureless or, in most cases, both.

WorkingPoint claims to be unique, feature rich and affordable. After the jump we’ll find out whether or not that claim holds any water.


Sharing expenses with your roommates can be a fast way to wind up without roommates: arguments over whether someone paid their share of the rent or borrowed some cash can quickly devolve into an argument. In order to avoid those disagreements, Bills Are In offers an online application that will allow any shared household — whether we’re talking about roommates, significant others or anyone else who happens to be living with you — to manage money simply.

There are several money management tools online, although few allow multiple people to easily manage household expenses and income together. Bills Are In is up against web applications like Mint; considering very few people are willing to track their money in multiple places, that could be a very hard fight.


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