10 Great Personal Finance Apps for the Thrifty Techie—a Top 10 List Published by FinancesOnline.com
More and more people are starting to use their smartphones and tablets to organize their finances. FinancesOnline.com created this article of top 10 favorite personal finance apps—all of the apps are diverse and can help users save money in a variety of unique ways.
New York City, New York (PRWEB) December 28, 2012
The way that people use the internet is changing rapidly. Today a lot of internet users in the United States browse on tablets and smartphones are owned by a great deal of cellphone users. Using these mobile devices means that people can have internet access and all the wonders that developers can bring right at their fingertips. App developers are racing to create the best apps that can help people organize their hectic lives.
FinancesOnline.com compiled a list of top 10 favorite personal finance applications available for download for smartphones and tablets. The list is insightful and diverse in terms of how the apps listed help users save money. All of the apps listed are great for users of tablets and smartphones who are looking to save money while they are out and about or more intricately plan their finances in various or all aspects of their lives. Some are simple and other more complicated, but each of these apps is followed with a description of how they can help users save money and plan their finances.
The apps discussed in this article include:
Mobile banking apps: having access to a bank account while in the checkout line is great for people who tend to overdraft.
Mint.com: an excellent app from an excellent company that can help organize basically every aspect of one's finances—from stocks and investments to finances.
Grocery Gadget: an app that can help keep users organized, on track, and saving money at the grocery store.
Clear Checkbook: to help people keep their spending organized the old fashion way on their new age devices.
Google Wallet: a new app from Google that is not only convenient at the checkout but also a great way to protect from identity theft.
Since iQuit: an app for people trying to quit smoking that motivates a user by listing how much money has been saved since quitting.
Splashmoney: a way to connect to all of online banking accounts in just one place—a mobile device.
Shoeboxed: an app that helps users organize their receipts in a way that will cut down on paper.
Simple Loan Calculator: a loan calculator for a mobile device that will help cut down on the risk of getting ripped off by sleazy car dealerships by allowing users to calculate loan payments on the go.
Snip Snap Coupon App: an app that keeps coupons organized on one's smartphone or tablet so that they don't have to carry a huge folder of coupons around with them while out shopping.
FinancesOnline.com's article “10 Great Personal Finance Apps for the Thrifty Techie” includes great descriptions of the versatility of all of these apps and the ways that they can be incorporated into users lives to help save money while on the go.
Tablets and smartphones are revolutionizing the way that users surf the internet as well as the ways in which we organize our lives, so why not use them for keeping track of personal finances? Check out this article and these apps for great ways to use technology to save money and organize your finances.
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