iPhone apps can save cash

February 5, 2010

When the iPhone was launched in 2007 it had 11 apps, including a calendar, calculator and weather reports. In July 2008 Apple opened its App store with 500 apps available. Today there are more than 140,000 apps to choose from. If you have an iPhone you can get free and paid for applications that are really great for helping you to save money. Our website will help you decide where to spend your hard earned dosh and help you economise too.

1  Redlaser at £1.19 lets you scan barcodes and search online for lower prices using Google product search and Amazon online. Interested? Visit the Amazon UK website

2.  PetrolPrice Pro at £4.99 will give you cheaper fuel options within a 5,10,15 or 20 mile radius of where you are.

3.  Meter Readings at only 59p tracks your energy and water use in your home by day, week, or month. It plots them as line graphs. Knowing your consumption habits can help you cut back and save money.

4.  App Sniper is also 59p and is really useful for tracking the latest apps on sale and will even notify you on your iPhone when your chosen app has met your set price. Visit the Apple Store the latest apps

5.  Tipulator sells at £1.19 and can be useful for restaurant tipping – you enter the bill amount, select the percentage you want and the number in your group to split with and the sum is number crunched for you.

There are many more, money saving apps, so visit the Which website for more ideas

Please let us know which apps you think are wise buys.


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