Spending tracker app for apple
Historically South African consumers were notoriously known for their poor saving and big spending using money they don’t actually have. But all that has changed according to the shopper insights research, which revealed that local consumers have changed and that their biggest pre-shopping trend is planning.
Consumers are planning their shopping trips more than ever before and actively seeking out specials via broadsheets and pamphlets, comparing prices online, and then from this information, drawing up shopping lists.
That’s why a spending tracker app such as Wallet is ideal. Hey big spender! If you know you are bad with your money or just need to be on top of your spending expenses. Apple has a great app geared towards spending called Wallet.
Tracking your money just got easier. Track your spending, so you stay in control and achieve your goals through Wallet. It’s an app that actively plans, manages and gets a report concerning your finances. It’s your personalised finance planner in your pocket across multiple currencies, banks and financial institutions download it through the Apple App Store.
How Wallet works:
Wallet allows you to keep your credit, debit, store cards, boarding passes, movie tickets, coupons, reward cards and more in one place. The only catch, of course, is that you need an iPhone, as it’s based off the Apple architecture.
With Wallet, you can use passes on your iPhone to check in for flights, get and redeem rewards, get into movies, or redeem coupons. Passes can include useful information such as the balance on your coffee card, your coupon’s expiration date, your seat number for a concert, and so forth, according to Apple.