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  • Pay your bar tab with Clipp
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Pay your bar tab with Clipp

Referred to as 'Uber for bar tabs', Australian-based 'tab' app Clipp means people no longer have to leave their card behind the bar when they go for a drink. The app can be linked to multiple phones, so multiple drinkers can use it at the same time - with just one final bill.



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