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Apps that Save the Smart Way

by Ashley

Who loves free apps? There’s thousands of different apps available to download and new ones always being created daily. Fortunately, there’s a good bunch that are essential, free, and can save money. With these apps, your monthly bill costs can be significantly lowered. Here’s are some top ones to download and check out.

Texts. Do you pay a great deal of money to receive and send unlimited texts? A few app creators came up with the genius idea of communicating with others via text – for free. KaKao Talk is a free app that allows the use to text and call anywhere for free. Pinger is also another free app that allows one to communicate with others, free of charge. The only downside to this is that you won’t be able to use your own phone number as they provide one for the use of their services. Other notable text apps include Textfree, textPlus, and WeChat. All should be free and some come with special notification alerts to indicate if a text was received. So if unlimited texts hurt your budget, this can be a good alternative to use and consider.

Music. A majority of us have relied on iTunes as a main outlet to extract music, but with a cost of course. While it’s only fair to pay for music that we listen to, there has been other apps out there that allows one to formulate playlists with their favorite songs on them. Spotify allows this option for users who want to sample music before they do choose to later purchase it. Janga is another player that allows users to skip songs continuously without limit. And there’s the popular Pandora that many people continue to use. These options serve as a great method to sample music, in full, before actually purchasing it – or you can just mooch off these apps and listen for free!

Coupons. Remember the days when people used to clip coupons? Fortunately, for us, we live in an age where coupons can be accessed digitally. The Coupons App provides access to hundreds of coupons for food and household items. The RxRelief Card app provides discounts of up to 75% on medications. Yowza!! also gives relief to home and food items, and keeps track of how much one can save.

Books. Who needs to buy books if you can read them on your phone or tablet? Amazon Kindle provides free books especially old classics such as Pride and Prejudice, Tom Sawyer, and Wuthering Heights. B&N eReader allows one to download and store books in iCloud so you can access your books for free on a handheld device or desktop. Borrowing or downloading books at your fingertips sounds more convenient than buying them in hard copy. It allows one to save a significant amount.

If you want to save a few bucks like I did, look into these apps that you can download on your smartphone or tablet. It will save you a good amount for life.


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