Appareil: The Journal’s new app to help with the audit process

Appareill’s new audit app allows users to check up on their account by reviewing past transactions and reviewing upcoming ones. 

Appareill is the company behind the new app, called, and will roll out to other platforms later this month.

“Appareil is a new app for iOS and Android users that enables users to track and audit their accounts, enabling them to be more transparent with their finances,” said J.J. O’Connell, CEO of Apparell.

“Appareils provides more than just a tool for keeping track of your accounts.

We have created an app that enables you to be a better person by improving your ability to be accountable for your financial decisions.”

Appareille has more than 300,000 registered users. 

The app, which will be free for non-profit organizations, is based on a simple user interface and is designed to help users check up more easily on their finances. 

“The app helps users to stay more informed about their financial decisions,” O’Connor said in a statement.

“The app offers a simplified interface and allows users the ability to check transactions on the fly, as well as to schedule checkups and audit sessions.

We believe this simplified interface can help users become more aware of their financial actions, which in turn, helps them be more effective at being a better financial citizen.” 

The company also offers a free trial.

Appareille said the audit app will be available to non-profits on August 1.

The app also provides users with an overview of the audit report, a visual view of all audit reports, and a way to review and approve any transactions that they may wish to submit. 

For more information, visit Appareills website.