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If i carry money around with me, it generally vanishes before i realize its gone. It's sometimes difficult to keep track of your spending -- especially after events like Christmas -- and so apps like HomeBudget which help you maintain and stick to your income can be a valuable financial tool.
HomeBudget tracks your expenses, income, bills-due and account balances, allows you to create charts and graphs, and if you wish, can be set up across multiple devices in a 'family' setting.
Kayak is a well-known travel application which can be used to search for the best deals on flights, hotels and car rental if you're on the move. The free app compares rates from different providers, can track flight status, be used to create travel itineraries and look up airline and airport contact information.
Mint is a popular way of tracking your money. The secure app can be used to log your bank accounts, credit and loan accounts -- as well as retirement funds -- and automatically categorizes your transactions for you. Graphs are then produced to show you what your money is being spent on, and if you need to improve your budgeting skills, you can use Mint to stay on top of your finances.