Smartphones today can do almost anything. They are the computer in our pockets capable of being a friend in need as well as an advisor. From waking us up in the morning to reminding us about your schedules, they act as our assistants and keep us in check. What is it that a smartphone cannot do?
One of the many ways smartphones have been helping us around the globe is by managing our finances. When an assistant will charge you for it, a smartphone considers it as a duty. There are many ways you can manage your finances. Many companies, banks or stores have their personalized apps to help you save some money.
Some of the simplest ways could be to use those bank apps to transfer money from one bank to another without any or minimal charges. And apps of stores, like Target, let you use various discounts and inform you well ahead about any future offers.
Mint.com is a handy tool that keeps and helps you keep track of all your expenses. It will collect and store all your financial information, bank accounts, expenditure etc. and place it in one place. It’s a reliable tool that lets you know if you have over-spent. It also sends regular updates on your account balance and credit.
The Coupons App
As the name suggests, this app provides you with coupons to save while you shop. You can simply show the coupon code at the counter and avail the deal. There is also the function to send coupons to friends and family. The bar code scanner lets you compare prices and make the best choice while you are shopping.
If you want to keep track of your debt account and want regular updates, get this app today because it organizes all your data related to the debt and send your regular reminders about the payment dates by synching all your accounts. Not only this, but it displays your progress and shows every other detail. You will also be able to access advice on how to save money and pay back the loan faster.
IOU – Debt Manager
This app lets you keep a track of how much and to whom you have lent money. Not only does this app keep track of your money, but lets you add ‘things’ or items that you may have let your friends borrow.
Made by the operated of the Bloomberg website, it is an app which informs you regularly on new financial updates. It is a free app that also have Bloomberg Television to watch videos on the app.
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