Popular financial management application 22seven has now gone free.
The application links to your bank accounts in order to help you keep track of and categorise your spending.
It was previously available as a subscription-based service for R25 a month, but now the team has confirmed that it's available as a free tool.
"This is something we've planned to do for a long time – since soon after our acquisition by Old Mutual early last year," 22seven CEO Christo Davel said in a blog post.
Davel explained how the service was going free, saying it hoped to make money by implementing new features.
"These new features and capabilities are where we hope to make money. Essentially, we're changing our business model to one that doesn't rely on subscription fees. What it does rely on is that 22seven makes a significant difference in people's lives. We will deserve to be profitable if, and only if, we succeed."
Don't fret though, as it appears to be business as usual for users.
"Customers will get everything they've come to expect from 22seven's current service, and more. The only difference is that they won't be charged anymore."