Money Matters Team

The best money-saving apps

By Money Matters Team 21/01/2016

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Toshl Finance is a fun, personal finance manager that lets you enter expenses on-the-go and gives you fun graphics to show just what you're spending on. There's also a budget keeper, a bills organiser and a currency converter to keep you on track, home and away.

Available for iOS and Android.

Spend Today - Save Tomorrow helps you save money for the weekend by encouraging you to set a daily budget. It will show your allotted amount for the day every time you open the app, and you'll be able to see how what you spend today affects your money for the rest of the month.

Available for iOS only.

Meter Readings does what it says on the tin - making it easy for you to track how much gas, electricity and water you're using, and showing how you could save money on these utilities. You can monitor up to nine separate household meters, and the graphs display your usage and costs per day, week, month, quarter or year.

Available for iOS and Android.

Vouchercloud is your go-to app when you're out and about as it gives you a heads-up about deals in the local area, helping you save loads on food, drinks and shopping. You'll also have access to a wide range of online shopping vouchers and codes - you might never pay full price for anything again!

Available for iOS and Android.

Love Food Hate Waste saves you money by cutting down the amount of food you throw away with great recipe ideas for your leftovers, along with portion planners, meals planners and shopping lists - and you'll be helping the environment at the same time.

Available for iOS and Android.

Find out how much you could save every month with our handy savings calculator.

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