Times are rough, so people are looking for ways to save when they need to buy something.
The good news is that there is an app to help you with this. Here are some Android apps that can help you save when shopping.
Can you imagine getting hundreds and hundreds of coupons from major retailers, restaurants, service outlets and grocery stores? Coupon Sherpa allows you to search for coupons that you can use in store. For most of the coupons, you do not even have to print and clip it.
Mobile coupons, however, are not the only thing you could get from Coupon Sherpa, you can also get traditional printed coupons you could use at the store.
Smoopa is a price comparison app that makes it easy for you to know if you are getting the best price for something you want to buy. For example, you want to buy an iPhone 5 so you go to an Apple Retail Store and scan the barcode on the iPhone 5. You will have to enter the price of the phone as well as your location. The app will search through its database to find the lowest price for the iPhone 5. Smoopa checks the prices from different retailers as well as online stores. What is great is that you can get rewards for participating in the program just by reporting the prices of the products you are interested in!
This mobile app works very similarly to Smoopa in that it allows you to compare prices from brick and mortar retailers and online sites. RedLaser, however, gives you product reviews, descriptions, bargains, coupons and other related information. You can even create gift lists and input your existing loyalty cards. It can also help you monitor your purchases
What mobile apps are you using to save? Share it with us in the comments!
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