I have been using DOSH for the last few months. I downloaded, registered, and added my credit cards.
I turned off DOSH push notifications, so it doesn’t annoy me anymore with daily deals, near-by sales, etc.
I remember when I got my first smartphone, it was in 2010, just before embarking on a three-week-long road trip across the northeast USA. Apps like Priceline to book our next days hotel, AroundMe to find a place of interest around our location, Mapquest to replace expensive GPS navigation systems and GasBuddy to find the cheapest gas price in the vicinity.
In today’s technological age, mobile apps for people who are mindful of their finances are becoming increasingly popular. Wielding an iPhone, an iPad, or wearing an Apple Watch seems to be a prerequisite for monitoring finances and business related activities. There are many apps, but which ones are the top and the best ones?
I use PersonalCapital app, which gives all account information on one screen. It shows me my net worth whenever I wish and as many times I wish. It shows how much my cash flow is and how much I spent more compared to last month. It also tells me which investment is performing poorly. Just to name a few of the capabilities of today’s apps. The following apps make it easy to keep track of business and finances.
If you try to save money and keep a budget, there is a good chance that you found it hard at some points. When trying to get your finances on the right track, you almost always face some challenges. Your car breaks down and you have to pay $600, your phone falls out of your pocket, which leaves you with a $200 bill, you get an unexpected invoice…
Fortunately you are not alone that why we need to save money elsewhere to provide for the expected expenses. Last year we listed 25 money saving apps , here are 14 more that really works! We’ve sifted through the clutter and identified 14 excellent money-saving apps so you can save effortlessly for a rainy day.
Earlier I mentioned how smart phones can help you in managing your personal finances. Today we’re going to talk about the different apps that will help you save money if you’re using a smart phone.
Now, some of these apps are currently installed on my iPhone, while the others are contributed by SMB, my friends and colleagues.
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