When the financial app Digit hit the scene two years ago, it resonated with people who share a common financial struggle: Saving is pretty hard. Digit has tried to take the work out of saving by tracking users’ income and spending patterns, and setting aside “extra” cash that isn’t needed to cover regular expenses. But Digit could lose a chunk of its user base after it announced last week that it will start charging $2.99 a month for the service, after a 100-day grace period. Read more at The Washington Post.
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