Loop makes energy saving simple by constantly tracking exactly how much energy you use, when you use it and shows you how much it’s really costing on your tariff.
Following years of banging on about when it’s time to switch energy provider in a far too enthusiastic way, Martin Lewis has now launched the “Cheap Energy Club”, a website which aims to notify you when you could switch energy providers to get a better deal.
According to OrSaveIt, the average person spends almost £3,000 each year on impulse purchases. So they’ve built an iPhone app they hope will encourage us to stop all the impulse spending.
MySupermarket is set to launch a new desktop app that will help shoppers compare the cost of their grocery shopping regardless of which online supermarket they choose to shop at.
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.
Google has launched yet another financial comparison tool within its search results, this time showing a car insurance comparison tool for related searches.
Google has upgraded its Finance website to include realtime share prices, removing the previous 15 minute delay on updates.
We’ve taken a look at Pageonce, a web and app-based account aggregator with over 4 million users, which promises to help manage your money and bills.
We may be almost a couple of months away from Christmas, but there’s a good chance that you’re already started to think about the presents you’ll be buying and where to get them from for the best price.
The Lloyds Banking Group is set to relaunch the websites of Lloyds TSB, Halifax and Bank Of Scotland later in the year, in a push to improve its online presence.