Contrary to popular belief, research suggests that budgeting apps have been shown to have the opposite result to that intended, and in reality drive overspending
DrnkPay is an app which promises to connect your credit and debit cards to a breathalyser or biosensor wearable to stop drunken spending.
Mobile money manager MoneyDashboard has released new versions of its app for both iOS and Android devices.
PiggyPot, a new saving app for iOS, has launched on the app store in “public beta”, which allows users to start using the app for real and to provide feedback to the developers, highlighting issues and suggesting future functionality.
Since the launch of Pennies for Apple Watch in April, budgeting app developer Emile Bennett has been hard at work putting together the biggest Pennies update so far.
There’s been a growth in the number of car insurers offering driving apps which aim to prove you’re a safe driver and consequently cut the cost of your car insurance.
goHenry – the family banking tool that empowers young people between the ages of 8 and 18 to save, spend and learn about money – has announced a new feature which aims to help children and teens to easily budget and save.
New research by a money saving website has revealed that over two in five Britons check their online banking and banking apps at least twice a day. Almost half of these revealed that they did so to ‘watch out for fraud,’ whilst three quarters (76%) felt they needed to ‘regularly track spending’.
This week sees the release of a stylish new budgeting app for iPhone.
Split ticketing is the process of finding cheaper train journeys by buying splitting a journey up into more than one shorter journeys, which in some cases can, counter-intuitively, come out cheaper than buying a ticket for the whole journey.