Invoice Bubble Offers Free Web Based Billing

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Invoice Bubble users can create invoices for free using online software that is really simple and easy to use.

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We wanted to show how simple and powerful the invoicing side of our flagship app is, so we cut the app in half and launched Invoice Bubble.

Small business owners and freelancers can now make their lives a lot easier by using free invoice software provided by a new, online web application called Invoice Bubble. Not only is it free for everyone, but it is really simple and even has the ability to export invoices to 3rd party accountancy software.

Stu Green, CEO at Invoice Bubble said "We already have an app called Project Bubble that handles both project management and invoicing. We wanted to show how simple and powerful the invoicing side of our flagship app is, so we cut the app in half and launched Invoice Bubble."

The web based billing software handles the management of invoicing in a quick and efficient manner as well as offering the ability for companies to rebrand their invoices and receive payments through PayPal. According to their blog, an API is in development which will eventually lead to an iPhone app. They offer themselves as a simple and free alternative to the more established brands like Freshbooks®, Blinksale® and Curdbee.

Invoice Bubble hope that allowing users to create invoices free will encourage rapid growth and lead to eventual migration to other apps provided by the company. Free users have the option to upgrade to a paid plan for $5 per month which removes the Invoice Bubble branding from invoices and emails.

Invoice Bubble is owned by Haloweb Ltd, a company based in England, UK but with servers and customers based in the US. The 10 year old company also provides other web applications such as an online project management tool and CMS.

For more information go to http://invoicebubble.com. Fore press related enquiries contact Stu Green at press(at)haloweb(dot)co(dot)uk or telephone 484-319-4055.

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