5 apps that will help you save money

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January is traditionally a month for money-saving resolutions, with many people forced to tighten the purse strings after going gung-ho with the plastic over Christmas and New Year.

Indeed, according to new figures from National Debtline, almost eight million people are predicted to finish January behind with their finances, thanks to the festive spending frenzy.

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To help you get your finances in order, we highlight some great apps for saving money on supermarket shopping, household bills and other everyday savings.

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A new type of supermarket which allows you to compare prices and shop online from the main UK retailers – including Tesco, Morrisons, Boots and Superdrug – all in the one place.

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Squirrel makes it super easy and fun to save for your goals and create – then keep to – your very own personalised budget.

After joining, simply add your monthly expenses and saving goals, then customise them with your own photos and names.

This could be money for a holiday, your monthly gym subscription, a deposit for a new house or whatever floats your boat.

The app then keeps your savings safe and pays out your spending and bill money as you need it.

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The PriceSpy App helps you find the best price every time you shop no matter where you are.Using the app, you can log in and create lists of products you want to compare or make a wish list.You also have the ability to create alerts for the price and availability of products.

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