Those smartphones are not only good for checking your e-mail and crusing the internet. Here is a round-up of some of Top Money Saving Apps in 2011!
Dinner Spinner: Make dinner with the food you already have!
One area that takes up a lot of room in many American budgets is dinning out. Although restaurant coupons can help significantly, it is still almost always going to be less expensive to dine at home. DinnerSpinner allows users to search over 40,000 recipes by ingredients. Another fun feature is the dinner Spinner where you can play recipe roulette! Just take a spin on the DinnerSpinner and it will select a cooking method, dish type and ingredients!
GasBuddy: Find the cheapest gas in your area.
Just pull up the GasBudd app and it will show you exactly where the least expensive gas is in your area. You can even select between Regular, Midgrade, Premium and Diesel.
Grocery IQ: Organize your grocery shopping list.
I love this powerful app and all the features that it has to offer. From creating and sending a grocery list for your spouse or child to organize your shopping list by aisle in the store, Grocery IQ has got you covered!
Mint: Organize your personal finances on the go.
My favorite personal finance organization website is now available on our phones allowing us to manage our accounts on the go! You can even track your budget as you are out shopping. Love it!
RedLaser: Scan bar-codes, compare prices and get product reviews.
Have you ever been in a store, about to buy something and wondering if you are really getting the best price? RedLaser allows you to scan the bar-code of a product and it will tell you exactly what the prices are at other stores in your area and online! Not only that, but this great app will even allow you to see allergen information and nutritional facts for food products and product reviews for electronics!
My favorite part about all of these apps is that they are totally FREE..can’t beat that! 😉
What other Money Saving Apps do you use? Please share in the comments section!