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In only 3 days, Apple sold more than 1.7 million iPhone 4’s, the latest iteration of their popular cellular phone. With a minimum price of $200 each, at least $340 million was spent on the devices. Fortunately, the costly little gadgets can also help you save a buck. If you’ve got any version of iPhone, here are the 10 best apps (in no particular order) to help you find deals, track expenses, and save money.
The app version of the popular finance tracking site Mint.com lets you check your budget and balances from anywhere. It requires an account on their website, but it’s all completely free (they make money by offering you loans, credit cards, investments, and savings accounts from companies that pay them to) and their budgeting software is a great way to check up on your money.
Personal finance tools from Mint.com. Track, budget and manage your money on-the-go. Simply sign up for an account on Mint.com, add your online banking accounts, and access your personal finances anywhere.