Saving up for that next big trip or just plain old tired of being nickeled-and-dimed? Whether you’re just learning how to budget your finances or you’re looking for ways to save an extra buck, we’ve got you covered. Here are a few money saving apps to help you reach those financial goals.
Numbers aren't everything. By focusing on how you feel about what you buy, you can literally start buying happiness for yourself with Joy. Joy is an app that cleverly utilizes some of the same psychological tricks of dating apps—but in order to help out your wallet rather than your love life. Joy is a personal money coach tailored to your personality, and functions as a virtual partner, which scolds you on purchases that may have been a tad bit unnecessary.
Bleacher Report is the all-rounder for keeping up with sports, news, highlights and instant alerts when his favorite team scores. Help dad keep up with his favorite teams and those nail-biting game scores! He’ll never miss a thing.
Imagine if you could invest in your future without really noticing. Meet Acorns, a micro investing app that rounds up your debit or credit card purchases, and automatically adds the difference to an Acorns savings account! Simply connect any credit or debit card and a checking account, then spend money like you normally do to watch your portfolio grow with the market.
Save small. Live Large - Qapital is a new way to bank that lets you save for the things you want, just by doing the things you do. They set you up with a smart checking account that makes it easy to manage day-to-day expenses and spend more intentionally. It comes with the Qapital Visa® Card, direct deposit, E-checks, and features designed to connect saving to spending.
An extension and an app that finds discounts on the site you are currently surfing on. Never hunt for discount codes again, as Honey will scour the net for you instead, finding codes and current discounts that you can use.
Trim is an AI assistant that automatically takes care of your financial life! By registering subscriptions, regular transactions, and other items, the assistant can automatically cancel subscriptions for you that you aren’t using, or ones that are causing you to go over-budget. It also provides tips and advice, based on your spending patterns, on how to trim down on your spending.
Ibotta is the free money saving app that allows you to earn cash back rewards on your everyday purchases. Simply check Ibotta before you shop, travel, dine out, or make a purchase in your favorite apps, and get rewarded with money back rebates.