Did you know that there are a variety of smartphone apps designed to help you save money and budget better? It’s true – smartphone apps aren’t limited to social media and fun games, but also to productivity and personal finance. From budgeting software to coupons, personal finance apps are all the rage nowadays.
Here are some personal finance apps to consider:
• Mint – This app will allow you to keep track of your financial activity from all your accounts, where every transaction is recorded and categorized. The app will also create a budget for you based on your spending habits, and includes a desktop component.
• Shopkick – You can use this app to browse for products at a variety of stores (such as Target and Macy’s) ,and can earn points by making purchases, inviting friends to join, or even simply making a trip to one of the participating stores. The points that you accumulate are transformed into gift cards to use at the partnering stores.
• RetailMeNot – Using this app, you can browse for coupons from hundreds of stores, saving these coupons for easy access when you need them.
• BillTracker – This app will allow you to have your bills and their due dates organized in one place, so you can know which bills are due and when.
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