Saving money is something that almost everyone worries about. It’s a constant struggle. In order to help you out we found this article with eleven different apps that were designed to help you save money. We hope it helps!
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Save dollars without pinching pennies. These apps will ensure you get more bang for your buck on everything from sports tickets to doctor visits.
Save on: Cell Phone Bills
App: Opera Max
Avoid data overage charges with Opera Max. Download the app, connect to the “data savings cloud,” and the app will save data by compressing videos, photos, and media in your apps and websites over mobile and Wifi networks (without a noticeable loss of quality). It also monitors your monthly and daily data usage, as well as how much data each app uses so you have a better understanding of where your gigabytes are going.
To buy: free, play.google.com.
Save on: Gas
GasBuddy shows you the current gas prices at all the stations near you so you can decide on the best spot to fill up your tank. The prices are crowd-sourced from GasBuddy users. By contributing prices, you can earn points to enter a daily drawing for a $100 gas card.
For: iOS, Android, BlackBerry, and Windows Phone
To buy: free, gasbuddy.com.
Save on: Food
App: Out to Eat With Kids
Find nearby restaurants that are offering specials on kids’ meals via Out to Eat With Kids. You may not realize how many places have early bird deals or let kids eat for free with an adult who purchases an entrée. Users submit specials they see at restaurants and the company verifies them before adding to the app.
For: iOS and Android
To buy: free, outtoeatwithkids.com.
Save on: Home Improvement
Have a decorating or appliance-repair question? Ask an expert through Fountain’s app. Advice is free right now, but in October the company will start charging $3.99 for five minutes of talk time (including video) or 10 text messages (which is still cheaper than hiring a pro to make a home visit!). Legal, medical, and veterinary questions will cost $6.99, and tutoring will run you $1.99 for the same amount of time.
For: iOS and Android
To buy: free to download, fountain.com.
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