PFM Clarity Money claims 40,000 downloads within first week of launch

Source: Clarity Money

One week after the launch of Clarity Money, a revolutionary personal finance app, it is now a “featured” personal finance app on the Apple App Store with over 40,000 downloads thus far.

Clarity Money was created by venture capitalist and serial entrepreneur, Adam Dell to allow Americans to have better transparency into, and control of their finances.

Clarity Money users have been taking full advantage of its many features, and the app has already achieved numerous important milestones:

Clarity Money has over 40,000 downloads
Over $5 billion in transactions has been analyzed for customers
Clarity Money has been used to save over $300,000 in subscription cancellations
Over 1,000 Clarity Money savings accounts have been opened

“This kind of growth is unprecedented in personal finance apps, and we’re honored that so many users have chosen Clarity Money as their financial advocate,” said Adam Dell, Founder and CEO of Clarity Money. “The idea behind Clarity Money is simple: If you empower users with the tools to gain transparency and take control of their finances, they’ll do so wholeheartedly. Americans know their finances need work, and we’re here to help.”

Clarity Money works by using data science and artificial intelligence to negotiate bills, cancel subscriptions and save customers hundreds of dollars at the click of a button. This extends to creating an entirely customized experience for users, and boasts features such as finding and lowering bills, cancelling subscriptions, instantly creating savings accounts and providing tailored suggestions on things such as credit cards.

Clarity Money is receiving glowing feedback from users who have stated:

“After deleting another disappointing financial tracking app, I was literally just thinking how I wished a more useful one existed and boom this one popped up! So far I’m loving it…”

“My finances are pretty spread out and I manage everything myself. This app is super useful for keeping track of everything and makes interesting recommendations.”

“Very easy to use, looks stunning, and is extremely insightful. Everything is integrated and actionable from within the app… This app is a keeper!”

The Clarity Money team includes financial and technology veterans from Betterment, Google and IBM, as well as advisory board members Niall Ferguson, economic historian, and Dan Ariely, behavioral economist.

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