A $1 million Google Network extender app has become a valuable way to keep track of the money you’re saving on your healthcare bills.
The app, called MoneyNetworkExtender, lets you track your medical spending with the help of a QR code that shows the amount you’re paying for a specific service, or product, and a list of other apps you can use to track your spending.
The service is available on iOS and Android, and costs $2.99 per month.
It was designed by former Google employee Dan Wysopal, who joined the company in 2011 after working on the mobile payment platform Square.
The company now boasts more than 1.5 million users, with over 1.8 million paid users.
The developers claim the app is also popular with people who want to keep tabs on their finances, but don’t have access to their bank accounts.
MoneyNetwork Extender was released last week, and Wysopol says that it is now available to download on Android, iOS, and the web.
Wysopoly explains the app’s basic functionality: You tap the MoneyNetwork app icon and choose your health insurance plan, or any other health insurance plans you’re interested in.
Next, the app gives you a list that lets you quickly access your spending data.
From there, you can add services to your list, like your medication costs, deductibles, co-pays, and deductibles combined.
If you don’t want to use the app, you also have the option to remove the app.
If there are any services you don.t use, you don-t have to do anything.
You can tap the “remove” button to remove any service you don?t use.
If the app was downloaded over the weekend, it was likely downloaded by a member of Wysomos family, but Wysapols company says it will keep the app open for a week before it’s removed.
There is a limit of 10 apps per account, and if you want more, you have to pay a $2 fee.
Moneynetwork Extender’s developer says that the app will continue to be free after the 10-week trial period, but there’s no telling how long the app might remain free.
There’s also no sign that Wysopols company will charge for the service.
We have reached out to Google for comment.
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