7 Free Apps That Will Help You Save Money

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Using your phone more than normal these days? Thankfully, there are so many apps to help you be productive, be more social, provide entertainment, and even help you save money. Here are seven free apps that will help you save money without you having to think twice.

Which money saving app do you use regularly?

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Sheri P.
BySheri P.said...
I have been using Mint for the past year and love it. You link it to your bank accounts and bills. Then you have everything in one place and you can keep track of your finances, what you have paid, what you owe. You can also catagorize your transactions for tax purposes. It will graph out your monthly spending to show you where your money went and if you are on budget with spending and saving. It also sends you a weekly summery email.
I have been using Mint for the past year and love it. You link it to your bank accounts and bills. Then you have everything in one place and you can keep track of your finances, what you have paid, what you owe. You can also catagorize your transactions for tax purposes. It will graph out your monthly spending to show you where your money went and if you are on budget with spending and saving. It also sends you a weekly summery email.
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Kate M.
ByKate M.said...
Digit is such an easy way to save money. I would definitely recommend this app if you are unfamiliar with saving or not the type to transfer money into separate accounts. This app does all the work for you by pulling out small amounts of money as often as you want it to. You can control frequency and quantity and retrieve your saved money at any point! It's an effortless way to save!
Digit is such an easy way to save money. I would definitely recommend this app if you are unfamiliar with saving or not the type to transfer money into separate accounts. This app does all the work for you by pulling out small amounts of money as often as you want it to. You can control frequency and quantity and retrieve your saved money at any point! It's an effortless way to save!
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Julie G.
ByJulie G.said...
Qapital is a great app to manage your finances. There's different ways they help to set you up for success. You can create goals for a trip or new bag, then let's you set rules to make it happen. My favorite rule is the round up to the nearest $5 (which there's different amounts). Everytime you purchase something it rounds to the nearest $5 and quietly saves that little extra to your goal. If you're in a pinch and need the money back, you can transfer it back to your bank account! Safe and easy to use!
Qapital is a great app to manage your finances. There's different ways they help to set you up for success. You can create goals for a trip or new bag, then let's you set rules to make it happen. My favorite rule is the round up to the nearest $5 (which there's different amounts). Everytime you purchase something it rounds to the nearest $5 and quietly saves that little extra to your goal. If you're in a pinch and need the money back, you can transfer it back to your bank account! Safe and easy to use!
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Dominique S.
ByDominique S.said...
I've recently started using this and think it is genius. If you're already shopping online then why not make a little extra money while doing it? Yes since the rebates are small percentages, one purchase of about $20 won't give you much, but after multiple purchases this will definitely add up. The site also offers double cash back deals, so you may find a website that will give you a lot of money back. This isn't a necessity for online shopping, but it makes sense to earn money while you shop.
I've recently started using this and think it is genius. If you're already shopping online then why not make a little extra money while doing it? Yes since the rebates are small percentages, one purchase of about $20 won't give you much, but after multiple purchases this will definitely add up. The site also offers double cash back deals, so you may find a website that will give you a lot of money back. This isn't a necessity for online shopping, but it makes sense to earn money while you shop.
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Lauren W.
ByLauren W.said...
This website provides quality content that is geared towards women. Not only do they provide financial information and resources, they are in the business of empowerment. At times all of the information can be overwhelming, but there are customer service reps ready to answer your questions. I always recommend this website to fellow females looking to take the next step with their finances.
This website provides quality content that is geared towards women. Not only do they provide financial information and resources, they are in the business of empowerment. At times all of the information can be overwhelming, but there are customer service reps ready to answer your questions. I always recommend this website to fellow females looking to take the next step with their finances.
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Valérie H.
ByValérie H.said...
Best app EVER!! It's easy to find the cheapest gas near you! AND, if you contribute to the app by giving information about the gas stations you pass by, than you get points... AND, with those points, you can pay for gas... A-MA-ZING!
Best app EVER!! It's easy to find the cheapest gas near you! AND, if you contribute to the app by giving information about the gas stations you pass by, than you get points... AND, with those points, you can pay for gas... A-MA-ZING!
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Mi N.
ByMi N.said...
Stash is a nice microinvesting app for beginners who want to invest, like the idea of it, but don't really want to do much work. Put your money in, choose where you want it to go, and just wait... and keep waiting. For those who are more well-read about investing, this may be too hands-off and boring for you.
Stash is a nice microinvesting app for beginners who want to invest, like the idea of it, but don't really want to do much work. Put your money in, choose where you want it to go, and just wait... and keep waiting. For those who are more well-read about investing, this may be too hands-off and boring for you.