Digit and Acorns both seem to do similar services, what exactly are the differences between them?

  • Did you try reading the two sites? Acorns appears to round every purchase up to the next dollar, so if you buy something for $9.95 it moves $0.05 into your account. Digit uses a "take a few bucks a day if you can afford not to miss it".
    – ceejayoz
    Sep 11, 2016 at 20:33

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Acorns rounds up purchases to the nearest dollar and invests that extra change. Digit is a standard savings account but it automatically withdraws money from your checking account based on your spending patterns.

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