With Android now having the most free apps in the world, here are five apps that are not only advantageous because they’re free, but because they will help you save a fortune.
The Kindle app which will let you read e-books wherever you are is free to download. It’s a good news for bookworms who don’t have a preference for a reading setting, since the Kindle Store currently holds more than a million free books to download, as well as low-priced commercial e-books. Plus, no need to buy another device just to read books *ahem Kindle ahem*.
Using GPS technology, Vouchercloud will bring right to your Android device promos, offers, and discounts from the nearest establishments. The voucher will be sent directly to your phone once you press the Redeem button, a signal that you want to avail of a certain offer.
RedLaser, an app that reads barcodes, allows you to compare prices of items. After you have scanned a barcode with the app, it automatically connects online and compares the items’ prices from TheFind, Google Product Search, eBay, and Half.com.
Searching for a parking space has never been this convenient. With Ringo Car Parking, you can look for the carpark with the best price offer, and it even helps you avoid fines brought about by time extensions by increasing the time on your meter.
Onavo, coming soon to Android, claims that it can save you up as much as 80% of your data bills. It shrinks incoming data and reduces the amount of traffic consumed, allowing the user to avoid high data costs and circumvent data capping limits.