12 Free Apps to Cut Your Costs

12 Free Apps to Cut Your Costs

We have another helpful post from our friends at Savvy Sugar. Check it out:

Apps, apps and more apps—everyone loves apps, especially if they're free. Check out these apps that will save you money and won't cost you a cent. Now that's what we call a real deal.

altCheap Gas!

Want to save a little bit of cash? Then drive to a gas station that offers a better rate with this free Cheap Gas! iPhone app. You can use the GPS function on your phone to find the stations nearest you with gas prices listed.

Car Factor

Looking to buy a car, but want an easy way to do your Internet window shopping? Get the Car Factor app—it's so easy to use and lists the cars by categories such as luxury, green and affordable.

altYour Bank's App

Download an app from your bank like this one from Bank of America so that you can use its GPS locator function to look for the closest ATM to you. Using this app, you won't have to deal with the pesky fees of out-of-network ATMs! Check out the apps from Wells Fargo, Citibank and Chase.

KiK Messenger

I know we've mentioned WhatsApp as a great way to lower your texting bills, but KiK Messenger works just as well (and some say even better), and the best part is you don't have to pay for the app. Text as much as you want to your KiK pal, and you won't be charged a cent!

altTip and Split

Struggling on how much to tip? You don't want to pay too much or pay too little, so nip that problem in the bud by using Tip and Split, a free app that will calculate all your tips for you.

Free Wi-Fi

I know you like free Wi-Fi as much as I do, so download the Free Wi-Fi app to scoop out the wireless spots you can access without paying a dime.

To see the rest of the money-saving apps, head over to Savvy Sugar.

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