Finance

Our latest list includes the newest and most noteworthy apps from every category. These apps do everything from notifying you when your friends are close-by to helping you track your expenses to reading the news out loud to you. Let us know which apps you plan on trying in the comments section.  [click to continue…]

Here are some of the most useful finance apps we found to help you with everything from investing in the stock market to saving time and money at the grocery store. Let us know what finance apps you like to use on our Facebook page[click to continue…]

Wildcard Free for iPhone

December 9, 2011

Wildcard lets you add your gift-cards so you can leave your wallet at home. You can double-tap to make a purchase by scanning your card’s barcode or using the card number and PIN. You can also buy gift-cards or transfer your unused card balances to others directly from the app. View on iTunes

 

Mint.com allows you to track, budget and manage your money in one place. Open an account, add your bank, credit, loan and retirement accounts and Mint will automatically pull in and categorize your transactions. Your app is passcode protected with a 4-digit PIN. If you lose your device, or temporarily misplace it, you can deactivate mobile access from your Mint.com profile page. View on iTunes

 

Pageonce Pro automatically organizes and tracks your money and bills. See your banks, credit cards, bills and investment accounts in one place. Get real-time alerts and reminders about your accounts. You can also track your frequent flyer miles, rewards, mobile minutes, text and data usage. Pageonce Pro is ad-free and secure. View on iTunes

 

MarketWatch Market Data App covers the market in the following sections: industries, ETFs, mutual funds, currencies (with a calculator), bonds (with a calendar of events), and futures.

This app lets users get real-time quotes, create watchlists, share news and quotes through Facebook and Twitter, and get the latest MarketWatch analysis and commentary. The app also provides news from The Wall Street Journal. View on iTunes