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Phone: Android, iPhone, Symbian, Blackberry, Bada, Java (J2ME)


Price: Free


Wi-Fi Finder If you love browsing on the go and can’t live without the internet, it might be a smart idea to use free Wi-Fi connections as much as you can to save money. This app will find for you free Wi-Fi hotspots in your surroundings while you’re on the move, and even tell you how to get there. This app has a directory of over 650,000 hotspot locations in 144 countries worldwide and works both online and offline − so no matter where you are, it might come handy.


Phone: Android, iPhone, iPad and tablets


Price: Free Viber


If you are one of those people who talks on the phone for hours you certainly need to download this app. You’ve probably heard of Skype and WhatsApp, but there are other interesting alternatives out there you should check. Viber, for instance, lets you make free calls, and send text messages and photos for free to any other Viber user anywhere in the world. Once you’ve downloaded Viber it synchronizes with your existing contact list, and it will tell you which of your friends are already on Viber. What makes Viber different is that you don’t need to create new usernames, or build new lists, which is totally convenient. Plus you don’t have to be in the application to receive calls, since it launches


automatically when someone’s calling. You just need a 3G or Wi-Fi Internet connection to start calling and texting your friends for free!


Love Viber but want to make free video calls, or even take a group video chat? The Skype app might be your answer.


Phone: iPhone, Android, Windows Phone and Blackberry phones.


Price: Free Groupon


As a student you need to get as much free stuff as you can. Of course that’s not always easy. However, Groupon can help you find the best deals on stuff to do, eat or buy in more than 500 cities around the world, and the best part is that you can use them immediately. You’ll find discounts of 50-90%, so you can get stuff almost for free! With this app you can access your purchased Groupons or find the ones that are nearby, and keep track of them by expiration date or location. You can also share Groupons with your friends via Twitter and get personalized deals setting your deal preferences.


Phone: Android, iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.


Price: Free RedLaser


Do you spend hours comparing prices of a product before you actually buy it? Well then RedLaser is going to save you a lot of time. With this app you can scan the barcode of a product in- store and find out which nearby place is selling it cheaper. You won’t only save time but also some money! Don’t waste your precious Saturday afternoon


searching for the best deal on a product, just scan it and go for it!


Phone: Android and iPhone Price: Free


Kayak Mobile


Being a student with a tight budget doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a weekend off or a nice holiday. Kayak is a must-have travel app that will help you keep your spendings low by finding the lowest prices on flights, hotels, rental cars and much more. You can book your hotel from the app, view and manage your trip itinerary, and track your flight status. If you’re traveling on a budget, this will be right up your alley. Download Kayak and start planning the ultimate spring break today.


Phone: Android and iPhone. Price: Free


Mint.com Having trouble managing your money? Mint can help. With this personal finance app you can establish and stick to a budget, see your accounts and expenses in real time, and it also alerts you when you have gone over your budget. And if you’re worried about security, the app gives you a four-digit pin code to access the Mint.com website and block access to your app should something happen to your device.


Phone: Android and iPhone. Price: Free


Once you have installed those apps your student life will be much easier. You won’t need to stress out about money, but instead you can focus on the stuff that really matters like socializing, finding the next party and last but not least, studying.


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