In the digital age, you can do just about anything right from your smartphone, including manage your cash.
Not all of them are created equally, however, and some are more user-friendly than others.
Take a look at our picks for the best money apps when it comes to handling those little financial blips that may pop up on your radar from time to time.
1. Problem: You owe someone money but don’t want to go through the hassle of finding an ATM. Venmo
Solution: Venmo (free)
The app uses bank-grade security and encryption methods so you shouldn’t have to worry about your personal or financial information being compromised.
2. Problem: You need a better way to organize deductible expenses.
Solution: Expensify (free)
Instead of shuffling through a pile of paper, users just scan and upload receipts directly to the app with unlimited storage. From there, you can generate expense reports with just the touch of a button.
3. Problem: You’ve got unwanted gray charges on your credit card bill.BillGuard
Solution: BillGuard (free)
The app monitors your credit card activity for suspicious activity and sends you alerts if it detects a potentially fraudulent charge