An education software company is adding a cloud education app that allows users to track their online spending.
The company, Learning Cloud, announced Wednesday it plans to launch a cloud-based application, called Learning Budgeting, in October that will let users track their own spending.
It will be free to use.
The company’s founder and CEO, Chris Ryszard, said that Learning Budgetting will help users track the number of hours spent on a particular topic and the total amount spent.
The app will be available in the US and Canada as well as countries including India, Australia and China.
The app will not replace the desktop version of the same name that already exists.
It’s not the first time a cloud educational software company has added a cloud app to its offering.
Learning Cloud has already launched a free version of its cloud-powered software, called Binder, which allows users who want to track spending on their educational subscriptions to view the numbers and spend amounts they’ve made and earned.
Binder lets users track spending of $30 per month, and users can log in using their social media accounts.
The Learning Cloud app, like its desktop version, will be compatible with all of the existing versions of Learning Budgeters cloud education program.
LearningCloud CEO Chris Rydzard said in a statement that the company plans to make the app available on both iOS and Android devices.
Learning Budgeting has also created an app that will give users the ability to track and compare their spending on educational subscriptions and earn rewards, such as cash or points, for each student they enroll.