5 Awesome Money-Saving Apps for Your Smartphone

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A smartphone isn’t just a sleek, shiny piece of plush technology; it can also be converted into a savvy money-saving tool at the touch of an app. The need to save money is more prevalent than ever so what better way to save the pennies than regular updates whilst you are on the move.

money-saving-apps

money-saving-apps

All of these apps can also be downloaded to a Mini PC with Bluetooth which can then be transferred to a smartphone or tablet. Here are some money-crunching apps to look out for this year.

Fuel School

fuel school

fuel school

For a small price of 69p, this app for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch promises to lower your fuel consumption costs by teaching you to drive more efficiently. This is also an appealing app for eco-lovers wanting to lower their carbon emissions. Using a GPS connection, the app analyses your driving style with efficiency charts, journey logs and a green eco meter with a manual of tips and techniques.

Azimo

send money with azimo app

send money with azimo app

This free app for iPhone and Android is perfect for the international traveller. Advertised as the ‘cheapest, safest and easiest way to send money’, the Azimo app allows users to deliver money to another account at a fraction of the cost set by other money transfer services and banks. With more than 150,000 cash payout locations and more than 100 countries included in the app, making transactions on the move is quick and accessible. After a simple

online registration, users can then start transactions, with an approximate 1% charge of the transaction value.

Vouchercloud

vouchercloud app

vouchercloud app

Love looking at money-saving vouchers and deals online? Vouchercloud is a free app for Android, Blackberry, iPhone, iPad and iTouch which provides fresh deals straight to your mobile. This direct service eliminates the need to go to your inbox or print off your vouchers for use. There is a GPS enabled search function which finds deals to cater for everyone.

Tip N Split

tip n split app

tip n split app

After enjoying a meal out with a large group of family and friends, the long and sometimes awkward process of working out who owes what looms to overshadow the end of an evening. Tip N Split takes away the stress by working out everything for you (including tips) quickly and efficiently. The free app is available for Android, Blackberry, iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and Windows Phones.

Spendometer

spendometer app

spendometer app

Sometimes it can be hard to stick to a weekly budget, especially if you are spending on the move. This free app for iPhone and Android allows you to easily set up a weekly or monthly budget which can then be monitored by logging all your expenditures. Looking at your spending reports at the end of the week or month will help you to evaluate where you are spending and which high-spending areas need to addressed.

 

Comments


  1. Twitter:
    I use fuelschool it is great!
    Suraj Ramnani recently posted..The Voice Results – 21/05/2013My Profile


  2. Twitter:
    Hi Anis
    ya man money saving is quite useful and these apps are the quite good way for achieving this..
    Thanx Nice post

  3. Reneé Klein says:

    Hi Anis,

    I’m very thankful to you for sharing some great money saving applications. I’m a full-figured woman. So I always need money sailing ideas and coupons.


  4. Twitter:
    Hello Anis
    Nice apps .Money saving is the dream of everyone. All the apps you shared are really seems effective in money saving tasks.Thanks for sharing these apps with us.
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  5. Everything that is connected with the saving money app is almsay of immediate interest! Thank you for sharing! Very good list!


  6. Twitter:
    Voucher cloud is a great app. I useit regularly on my phone. However the other on the list are impressive too. ;)
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  7. This is one post i will advice any blogger to read. i just got an android phone and this will also be useful. Thanks
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  8. Twitter:
    i like these apps really they gonna save me huge dollars..nice writeup author !i can feel how apps can be used in a very positive manner !! thumbs up author ! also the apps are really cheap ! i delibratly persnally gonna buy the feul efficient app.
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  9. Twitter:
    I actually use spendometer haha. It’s really helpful
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  10. Twitter:
    Just downloaded a few of these. Tip N Split is great! Thank you! :)
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  11. Amber Moore says:

    I think that I am going to have to try Voucher Cloud. There has been so many times when I went shopping, only to find that I had forgot to print my coupon from my email. This sounds like just what I need to make sure that I get my discounts :) Thank you for the info!


  12. Twitter:
    Hey Anis,
    Nice post and Thanks for sharing these apps for smartphone and they really seems interesting and save lots of money. Truly speaking, I never used any single app you mentioned above but after reading this post I will surely gonna installed them.
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  13. Twitter:
    These apps are really good, and thanks for sharing these apps. This will really help in saving money.
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  14. Twitter:
    hello Anis awesome apps for smartphone and really money saving.
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  15. John Gibb says:

    hey Anis

    what a wonderful article!

    All the apps are interesting and worth testing. To me, the last one is key, as I sometimes exceed my spendings and need to keep track of everything.

    I’d say this article is a gold nugget for the little guy looking to save money on a regular basis as well as for the deal hunters out there! And I know quite a few. :)


  16. Twitter:
    android market and the store are providing more and more useful applications on a daily basis. Thanks for updating about these worthy applications.
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  17. Twitter:
    hello anish, these are sreally some great tips and apps. thanks for sharing these apps with us. have a nice week
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  18. Tony Nguyen says:

    I must tru Spendometer and Tips an Split, they sounds amazing and can save me quite a lot I think. Thanks for sharing mate.


  19. Twitter:
    spendometer looks helpful, have you tried mint.com is sounds like spendometer.
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  20. Twitter:
    I got an android phone. one thing I love is its numerous applications. Sharing these awesome money saving apps for smartphones is great! I specifically love the fuel school.
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  21. Twitter:
    Yes since investing in blogging goes all from your pocket money i think these money saving apps are really beneficial for bloggers.
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  22. Am always on the look out for money saving tips, well I can now do it right from my cell phone thanks to this article.


  23. Twitter:
    I’m not such a big fan of apps…. however I appreciate your time for sharing this.

    Best regards from I. C. Daniel
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  24. Twitter:
    Hi Anis Emitez, thanks for sharing a valuable information about “5 Awesome Money-Saving Apps for Your Smartphone” i am always look for money savings Apps. let me check these are all money savings Apps Yes Definitely! it was use every one. Thanks for sharing


  25. Twitter:
    You are welcome Joovila
    thanks for stoppin by
    have a wonderful day ahead :D
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  26. Just shared this with my co workers who were asking about this the other day! I am going to give
    Spendometer a try! I usually use an app called Mint.com, I suggest anyone give it a try, it integrates with your online banking and you can check everything right there. The only thing I find a big deal is that there is no password, so if someone gets your phone, they have your online banking.

    Thanks for sharing!

  27. Wow I liked the tip and split app. It seems something which is going to be very useful when i eat out with my friends.
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  28. spendometer. I also have one. :)

    It really save me. Hoho!


  29. Twitter:
    Good information ……..:) i used fuel meter, quite convenient for me.
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  30. Twitter:
    I just came to this post by reading the Title.

    My friend its not about “Saving Money”, its about MAKING MONEY!!

    You cannot be Millionaire by Saving Money, but you can by MAKING more MONEY :)
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  31. Twitter:
    Good post, I struggle with my cash flow and just downloaded the Spendometer. Havent got a chance to play with it yet but sounds like a good tool. I also wanted to mention an app that I find useful almost daily. Our local supermarkets (i.e Safeway in my case) put out an app that sends me deals and alerts me to specials. Most of the time it even beats their club card discounts. Your tips just got me thinking so I thought I would share. Take it easy!
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  32. Hi! Can you help me out? My phone right now is Samsung Note which I bought in Korea last year. I super love the features of my phone, except that I can send SMS only with limited characters. Do you have any suggestion on how to enhance or maybe upgrade the SMS character capacity of my phone? thank you!
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  33. George Miller says:

    Hey Anis, this is really tremendous article contains very valuable applications for our smartphones. I am using android device and I am going to try one of them it. But, which one is best from them, anyone know here? Please suggest me that is very good. Thanks.


  34. Twitter:
    Tip & Split and vendor are some great apps in the list.I am really looking forward to use them.
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  35. Great article, I especially liked the Spendometer! It look like this feature is going to be very useful.


  36. Twitter:
    some of these apps are really great. apart from this, mint personal finance app for smartphones is also cool.
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  37. Twitter:
    what a great article! i’ve not even heard of most of these apps – I like the look of Tip N Split going to check that one out for sure
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  38. I tried to check out Fuel School but it appears their app is no longer available. Tip and Split looks like a great tool for my teens.

  39. I like the fuel school. Don’t you hate to keep pulling into a petrol station often and spend ton of money? I do and most motorists would as well. I hope my latest article helps in reducing fuel costs as well.

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