Monday, May 11, 2015

Amazing Apps: Apple Watch Money Saving Tools

The Apple Watch itself isn't a cheap piece of equipment, but if you're going to get one, you can use it to help you save on your everyday expenses with the following apps.

Control the lights in your home no matter where you are. Whether you’re on the couch and want to dim the lights for movie night, or on the road and want to make it look like someone’s home, all it takes is a tap. On average, lighting makes up 10 percent of your monthly electricity bill. With Lutron’s suite of dimmers and lighting control products, you are able to cut down your spending on lighting.
The app, which will be available on April 24th, will allow shoppers to add nearby digital savings at hundreds of top national retailers and restaurants, with the closest deals showing up at the top of the feed. These include digital offers that shoppers show or scan at checkout as well as Card Linked Offers, in which the savings is credited directly to a Visa, MasterCard or American Express card.
The Target app makes shopping more efficient, and a little more fun. With the app, you can build a shopping list on your Apple Watch, and when you’re in the store, it tells you where to find the items you need.
Citi Mobile Lite:
The Citi Mobile Lite app makes banking even more convenient for Citi customers with an Apple Watch. A quick look lets you see your checking, savings and credit card balances. You can also get detailed information about your five most recent transactions.
Mint Personal Finance:
With the Mint Personal Finance app, you can view your monthly spending goals, and track your progress toward meeting them. You can also choose to receive weekly notifications, so you’ll know whether you’re sticking to your budget or if you need to cut down your spending.
The PortfolioWatch app lets you monitor your stock portfolio. At a glance you’ll be able to see the total profit (or loss) for the day. You can also drill down to see an individual stock’s performance and manage your holdings as well as view charts.

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