There’s nothing worse then finally getting up to the cash register and realizing you spent way over the amount you planned or thought your groceries would cost… And at that point- there’s no turning back! Kick that unwanted surprise to the curb by using these two simple hacks next time your at the store:
Don’t you wish there was a little elf that could help you holiday shop, and take all your stress away that comes with the hustle and bustle of holiday shopping? Well, I don’t know of any Elves for sale unfortunately, but below are the next 5 best apps to help you breeze through your shopping with joy:
“Revolutionize your Christmas shopping experience with Santa’s Bag for iOS. Import recipients, set budgets, plan gifts, create wishlists and shopping lists, track progress, share – and so much more. Each step is carefully designed to make sure you don’t forget anyone or anything. Christmas shopping has never been easier or more fun!”
Get it for iOS.
“Never overpay again – RedLaser helps you find the best prices, coupons, and dealsfor all your favorite products and stores, online and locally.”
“Wunderlist is a simple to-do list and task manager app that helps you get stuff done. Whether you’re sharing a grocery list with a loved one, working on a project, or planning a vacation, Wunderlist makes it easy to capture, share and complete your to-dos. Wunderlist instantly syncs between your phone, tablet and computer, so you can access your to-dos from anywhere.”
“Giftster is a free, private, web and mobile gift registry that connects family and close friends. Set it up once and use it for a lifetime. The perfect combination of wish list, gift registry, family events calendar, and news feed, think of Giftster as a social platform just for you and the people you care about most.”
“Pounce is a revolutionary shopping app that lets you take a photo of any item you like and immediately see similar items from a variety of stores. Tap ‘Buy Now’ for a seamless, one-stop purchase. Your purchase is processed and shipped directly by the retailer.”