Top Money-Saving Apps on iPhone and Android

The app search engine Mobilewalla lists the best personal finance apps for the iPhone and Android.

from Mobilewalla
Top Money-Saving Apps on iPhone and Android

Want ideas on how to save money and track your expenses? There’s an app for that. Actually, there are more than 400 of them! So how to choose the one that’s right for you? The new search engine Mobilewalla ranks and recommends the best apps throughout the entire mobile app universe. Here are Mobilewalla’s current picks for the top five money-saving apps on the iPhone and Android.

 

iPhone

 

Ace Budget Lite (free)
Track spending and create daily, weekly, monthly, and annual budgets.

 

Ask Dave Ramsey (free)
Inspired by Ramsey’s popular radio show, this app teaches how money works for you. Search hundreds of questions and answers by category and share content with friends through email, Facebook, and Twitter.

 

Budget (99 cents)
Track your spending and keep to a budget. You can easily see your total income and expenses, plus what specific items you are over budget on.

 

Money 4.0 (free)
Money 4.0 keeps track of your budget, income, and expenses, and also monitors your bank, debit, and credit card accounts. What’s more, you can send reports to your email, or export data in spreadsheet form.

 

Pic2Shop (free)
Scan bar codes with your iPhone and compare prices instantly.

Save Benjis (99 cents)
Compare prices on your iPhone for millions of products in hundreds of stores.

 

 

Android

 

Abukai Expenses (free)
Tired of compiling expense reports? Simply take a picture of each receipt while on the road (or when you’re back in the office), and Abukai will create a report and send it to you via email as an Excel spreadsheet, with your receipt images attached in a PDF.

 

Money Tips (free)
Get great money-saving tips to help you improve your cash reserve.

 

My Budget Cut (99 cents)
Tracks your balances and expenditures.  Enter receipts and assign each transaction to a category.

 

Personal Budget Droid (free)
This app lets you customize all your categories of spending, set budgets, and review transactions.

Source: Mobilewalla

  • Your Comments

    • Kira Sasaki

      Good RX is great for finding cheap meds… I’m currently without health insurance, so I use them for everything.
      Also, Insurance Panda hooked me up with $35/month full coverage auto insurance. Couldn’t do without them.
      And, the Domino’s pizza app is nice :)

    • Discountsdude

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    • Chris Kępiński

      There is another very light and free Android App called Daily Spendings Saver. Just enter a daily spending price and that app will immediately calculate your weekly, monthly and yearly cost. For example: cigarettes cost you $5.5 a day, weekly they take $38.5, monthly – $154 and yearly $1848 of your pocket.

      So, if you really want to save some money then take a look at your daily spendings and see how much they are worth in time. 

    • Pricedrop777

      There is another free Android app that allows you to monitor specific applications on the Android market for price reductions. Its called PriceDrop. Its pretty easy to use, you just enter the price you are willing to pay for an app and it will notify you if/when the applications price drops below that amount. (Price reductions happen relatively frequently because app developers try to generate more interest in their application with limited time special offers etc.)