Finder announces launch of unique comparison and budgeting app

Posted: 17 October 2019 4:53 pm
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Savvy Australians are encouraged to join the waitlist for the new Finder app to launch in early 2020.

This week Finder announced a waitlist for the brand new Finder app which will allow users to monitor their spending in real-time, save money on bills and keep a track of their financial health with credit report alerts.

The Finder App will use insights from members in order to offer product comparisons better suited to their specific needs. It has been designed to actively monitor a user's financial health by constantly scanning the market for better products and highlighting opportunities to help them save money. The app will do the hard work scanning the market for a better credit card, home loan or savings account and will notify the user when there is a better product or potential saving on offer.

The mobile application has been in development for the past year by a team of developers and designers and is expected to go live in early 2020. The app will initially launch in Australia, with plans to roll it out in other markets globally.

Finder co-founder and lead on the app project Fred Schebesta says the app will be a game-changer in the comparison space. "This is something we've been dreaming to build for a very long time and I'm super excited to finally see this project come to life," he said.

"We've always wanted to give our members a better experience with a comparison of products that suit their situation and help them make decisions. This app will turn comparison on its head, you won't need any other money app on your phone to help you with your finances."

The waitlist is now open and will notify its members of updates about the app and when it will be available to download. To join the waitlist, enter your details here: finder.com.au/app

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