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DIRECTORY OF FINANCE APPS

Welcome to our directory of personal finance apps! Covering the best apps in saving, budgeting, cashback, rewards, net worth tracking, and more - as recommended by our financial blogging community (and continually updated). Click on any category to sort, or use our "search" feature below to help you find a specific app. If you're a $$$ blogger and want to recommend any other apps not listed (or want to chime in with thoughts on those that are) take our poll here and we'll be sure to incorporate it. Hope this helps!
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Filtering on category: Saving
Showing 11 apps (filtered from 55 total apps)
App Summary
Digit [ Free for 100 days, then $2.99/mo ]
An easy way to save automatically. Connect your checking account with Digit, and it will analyze your income and expenses and transfer out small amounts of money to a savings account for you every few days it knows you won't miss. Then interact with them via text to stay on top of balances, transfers, and a host of other helpful info on your accounts.
Recommended by the following bloggers (See all reviews):

| Rockstar Review | Categories: Saving
Qapital [ Free ]
A fun app that automatically helps you save money by setting goals and applying "rules." Some of these rules include the Round-Up Rule (rounds up transactions to $1.00 and saves the spare change for you), the Guilty Pleasure Rule (save anytime you spend on a guilty pleasure!), the Spend Less Rule, Set It And Forget It Rule, 52-Week Challenge Rule, and the Freelancer Rule. Qapital also links up to IFTTT ("If This, Then That") for further customization.
Recommended by the following bloggers (See all reviews):

| Rockstar Review | Categories: Saving, Goals/Motivation
Tip Yourself [ Free ]
This is the perfect app for anyone who wants to celebrate daily victories, surround themselves with a positive community, and of course save some money while doing so. Tip yourself makes it super easy - and quick - to save, while getting motivated at the same time. Start filling up your tip jar now!
Recommended by the following bloggers (See all reviews):

| Rockstar Review | Categories: Saving, Goals/Motivation
Penny [ Free ]
Penny is a chat bot that helps you manage your spending and savings better. Connect your accounts once, and then get real time tailored charts and insights, fun and useful facts like where you shop most or how much you spend on fast food, updates on when bills and credit card payments are due, warnings when your bank charges you a fee, and overall suggestions on how to get the most from your money. Completely free and utilizes bank level security.
Recommended by the following bloggers (See all reviews):

Categories: Money Management, Saving
Stocard [ Free ]
Stocard is one of the world’s leading mobile wallets with over 15 million users, and allows you to store all your *rewards cards* in one main place on your phone. Unclutter your wallet by scanning the code on your plastic cards within seconds, then whenever you're out shopping just bring up your loyalty card's barcode on your phone and have it scanned by the cashier! Voila!
Recommended by the following bloggers (See all reviews):

Categories: Rewards, Saving
Rize [ Free, Accounts earn interest at 0.90% APY, 15X the national average ]
Rize is an automatic savings account designed to making saving super simple. You set your savings goals and your deposit schedule, then Rize handles the rest. You can update your goals or savings target at any time and easily withdraw your money whenever you need it. Rize will also send you updates on your progress via email or text so you can continually keep track of your progress. Rize accounts earn interest at 0.90% APY, 15X the national average.
Recommended by the following bloggers (See all reviews):

Categories: Saving, Goals/Motivation
Famzoo [ Free for 1 month // Varied monthly fee or prepaid afterwards ]
FamZoo helps parents teach their children good personal finance habits. Set up your own online Virtual Family Bank to manage your kid’s allowances, chores, budgets, goals, loans, spending, saving, charitable giving, and much more. Start simple with young kids, and add sophistication as your children mature through their tween and teen years.
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Categories: Money Management, Budgeting, Saving, Sending/Receiving Money
Dobot [ Free 30 day trial, then $1.99/mo ]
Dobot is a financial app that makes it easy for you to save for the things that you care about. Whether you're saving for your next vacation, a downpayment or literally anything else. Create goals, save money, be inspired!
Recommended by the following bloggers (See all reviews):

Categories: Saving
Honey [ Free ]
A browser extension that helps finding coupon codes insanely easy. Just click a button right before you checkout online, and Honey will automatically search - and then apply! - any coupons it finds right there on the spot for you. It literally takes seconds.
| Rockstar Review | Categories: Saving
Change [ Free ]
Change is a service that uses artificial intelligence to help you manage your money better. Connect your accounts once, and then let their algorithms automatically save you money by moving over spare change into a new saving account for you. Very similar to Digit, while also harnessing SMS and Facebook Messenger to encourage you to spend more wisely as well.
Categories: Saving
Trim [ Free ]
Trim is an automated savings machine that does three things really well: finds - and cancels - unwanted subscriptions you're signed up for, gives you extra cash back when shopping with your Visa card, and helps you cut down your cable bill as much as possible with Comcast (they negotiate everything on your behalf!). It's as easy as text messaging with a friend, and they've got a pretty rabid user base.
| Rockstar Review | Categories: Saving, Cutting Expenses