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Our Snap App

About Snap

Snap has been developed by Crunch in partnership with Receipt Bank to bring you an incredibly easy way to get your expenses into your Crunch account.

All you need to do is to take a photo of your expense receipt, indicate how you paid for it then submit it to Snap for processing. Snap will analyse the receipt contents and create an expense in your Crunch account with the original image saved as an attachment.

Snap is available in two versions: Lite and Unlimited.

Crunch Basic clients have free access to Snap Lite, which is designed for clients that incur expenses less frequently and allows 15 item scans per company director, per month, at no charge.

Crunch Plus and Premium clients have automatic access to Snap Unlimited, which is designed for clients who need to expense more frequently. We'll process as many items as you can scan! 

Crunch Basic clients may choose to upgrade to Snap Unlimited for just £5.50 + VAT per month.

For more information of Snap Unlimited billing, click here.

For more information on Snap, please refer to the Terms & Conditions and Privacy Policy.

How to use Snap

Downloading Snap

For iPhone

You can download Snap for iPhone from the App Store or use the following link-​

For Android

Head to the Android Play Store and search for "Crunch Snap". Or click here for a direct link

Enabling Snap

Once downloaded enable access in your Crunch account by activating Snap via Your Crunch - Subscription screen after accepting the Terms and Conditions.

You will then receive an email from us confirming your activation.

You then log into your Snap app using your crunch credentials and away you go. 

To enable more accurate processing of your receipts, please update your bank accounts in Crunch to include the last four digits of the sixteen digit card number. This will allow for the expense to be paid in Crunch.

Handy Hints 

Before using Snap for the first time, we recommend reviewing your Suppliers under Expenses and assigning suitable "default expense types" to each supplier. Snap won't always know what the expense relates to and so may assign the expense to a category that isn't appropriate - why not prevent this by spending a moment reviewing your supplier's settings.

The new version if Snap will no longer assign your Expenses to 'other direct costs' as this is incorrect and can cause issues later on.

If Snap doesn’t assign an expense type to your receipt, it will have a red exclamation mark as indicator that something’s not quite right. From here you will need to record what the expense was so we really recommending assigning default expense types first.




With the new version of Snap, we wanted to add even more value to an already super app. We listened to your feedback and it was clear that you were paying for expenses personally and so Snap wasn’t able to mark the expense as paid correctly - bit of a nightmare if this was how you were paying for expenses regularly.

So, we’re really pleased to announce that the new version has a payment method facility - once you’ve snapped a receipt a window appears in the top left hand corner, displaying your company bank accounts and also your name, in case you’ve for the item personally. Simply select the account and voila - you’ve recorded your expense and how it was paid.

Last Updated: 11 Oct 2017 01:25PM BST

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