Opemipo Aikomo told the tech community on Radar that he’s just learning how to use Ruby on Rails. The results are awesome.

Ope just released Cruncher – an app that allows you to “crunch” your bank statement (only works with GTBank for now) and analyse your income and expenditure. If you’ve ever wondered where your money goes, you should check it out.

cruncher-screenshot

Upload your downloaded statement and upload to Cruncher and in a few seconds, you get a beautiful set of facts. Cruncher is very much in beta (Ope didn’t even buy a separate domain name for it) but it definitely shows a lot of promise. It also could do with some more analysis – reading separate items on the list and trying to categorise them would be at the top of my list but I think there’s something there.

Now for GTBank to bring out the chequebook and buy it.

You can see Cruncher at http://cruncher.helloworld.ng/

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