The frenzy around Apple’s iPhone seems to continue unabated, with new features and announcements seemingly coming out of the company’s Cupertino, CA headquarters at a steady stream .
But perhaps the most notable feature of the 3G iPhone is the ability for anyone to program “apps” for the device that can everything from help you find a good restaurant to calculate the tip when you’re done. With over 28,000 apps available at Apple’s App Store – many of them free – iPhone owners have opportunities to save money now where others cannot. David Pogue, personal technology editor for the New York Times, revealed his favorite iPhone apps for saving money on Thursday’s On The Money. Check them out below:
Save BenjisThis free app takes comparison shopping to a new level. If you see something in a store, just type in its name and see how much the same item is being sold for in online stores, and where it’s being offered for the cheapest price. >>Learn more
iFare FinderFor $3, iFare Finder lists flights by price and lets you order tickets right from the iPhone. It’s perfect for when you’re already at the airport and the airline tells you your flight has been cancelled or overbooked, Pogue says. >>Learn morePage 1 of 2 | Next Page