We Tried An App That Saves Money On Your Behalf To See If It Is Worth Downloading

The Money Manual
November 16, 2018
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Saving money doesn’t come easy to people, no matter how much money they are bringing in. A big part of that is psychological: it’s just all too easy to spend all of the money that you have coming in at a given time. Wouldn’t it be nice if there was an app out there that did the heavy lifting for you, in essence forcing you to save, but in a responsible way?

That’s why there is so much buzz around the app Digit. Once the app is linked to a person’s checking account, it analyzes their spending, and automatically transfers money into a savings fund, but in small increments, so the money isn’t even missed.

Users have reported pretty impressive results, so we wanted to put it to the test ourselves. In this episode of 2 Girls And An App, we take Digit on, and see how effective it really is.

Watch below for our Digit review!

For more information on Digit, head here!

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