Top 10 Money Apps

Managing your money is now easier than ever with an abundance of apps available for both IOS and Android. Accessing your accounts and viewing your spending is now possible wherever you are at the click of a button thanks to these apps. We have researched into the best 10 money apps for you to download to manage your money in 2018.

 

PayPal

PayPal is the highly trusted money managing app that allows you to send and receive money. It allows you to easily send money to people in over 100 different countries, just by their email address or mobile number. With no fees when sending money to people within the UK. The app also allows you to send requests to others, making it easy when selling things through other service such as eBay.

Cost: Free

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Yolt

Yolt allows you to see all your accounts and cards in one place, allowing you to see exactly what you have spent and how much you have left. It also lets you set specific budgets for each spending category allowing you to track your money. It even has the handy added feature of a countdown until your payday each month.

Cost: Free

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OnTrees Personal Finance from MoneySuperMarket

The OnTrees app breaks down everything you are spending into categories such as eating out and household bills. This allows you to see exactly what you spend the most on and where you can save money. It also produces charts to show you all you current spending habits. Unfortunately, this app is only available on iOS.

Cost: Free

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Moneybox

Moneybox allows you to save your money through investing. It allows you to round your card purchases up to the nearest pound and uses the extra money rounded up to invest into some of the biggest companies, including Netflix. It also allows you to choose how your investments are split between three different funds.

Cost: Free

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Spendlytics

Spendlytics is an app developed for Santander customers. It shows you exactly how much you have spent both in-store and online on your personal debit and credit cards. It breaks your spending down into categories and compares your spending to previous months.

Cost: Free

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Idealo

Idealo is a comparison app that allows you to compare products and prices. It even has a built-in barcode scanner that allows you to scan a product and compare the prices from different stores, including John Lewis and Argos.
Cost: Free

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Android Pay

This is the Android app that allows you to use your phone to pay for your products in shops and restaurants. It simply works by tapping your phone against a card machine with the contactless symbol.

Cost: Free

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Wallet

If you have an iPhone then the Wallet app should be pre-downloaded onto your phone. This app allows you to securely set your debit and credit cards up so that you can use Apple Pay in store. Most stores accept Apple Pay, simply look for the contactless symbol.

Cost: Free

Chip

If you are finding it hard to save your money, then Chip is the app you need. It analyses how much you spend and calculates how much you can afford to save. It puts this money away every few days.

Cost: Free

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Money Dashboard

Money Dashboard helps you budget by showing you how much you spend, breaking it down for you. It displays what is incoming and outgoing with charts making it clear for you.

Cost: Free

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