Splitwise is a Providence, RI based company that makes it easy to split bills with friends and family. We organize all your shared expenses and IOUs in one place, so that everyone can see who they owe. Whether you are sharing a ski vacation, splitting rent with roommates, or owe someone for lunch, Splitwise makes life easier. We store data “in the cloud,” so that you can access it anywhere: on iPhone, Android, or on your computer.
Most people want to be fair to each other, but sometimes they forget, or can’t decide on what fair is. In addition to helping people honor their debts, we provide mediation advice about fairness issues through our “fairness calculators.” These calculators turn our crowdsourced data into a neutral fairness opinion about your personal situation.
Jon is a former astrophysics grad student at Harvard who thinks quantitative fairness is pretty fun.
He loves surveys, wombats, and his wife, Rebecca.
Ryan was a CS major at Yale. Now he builds cool stuff for you! When not staring at a screen full of Ruby or CSS, he enjoys drumming, singing, nonograms, and working on strange art projects.
Marshall is a mobile developer who has worked for Mobiata and other awesome companies. In his spare time he is a glass-blower and a board game enthusiast.
Zoe joined Splitwise in 2013. Previously she was an undergrad at Brown, pursuing a degree in architecture and urban planning. In her spare time Zoe likes to read, cook, and stay on the look out for important dogs.
Novall is an iOS developer and HCI researcher. For fun, she likes to memorize digits of pi, practice her free throws, and sketch narwhal bacons in notebook margins.
Apoorv is a mobile developer who previously built apps for Hike Messenger and Paytm. In his spare time, he likes trekking and replicating Gordon Ramsay recipes.
Jess is a Rubyist who loves helping other people. In his previous lives, he was a teacher and a submariner. He believes that specialization is for insects and is trying to experience the full range of human endeavor. He is still working on it.