Web.com Reviews Shares Apps That Will Help You Financially Thrive



The days of cutting out coupons from papers are long gone. The world has moved on from paper coupons to apps and online sales. The concept of reward and money-saving isn’t something new but using it turns it into a much more efficient and fun experience. Here is a list of such apps compiled by Web.com Reviews that will help you thrive financially across all categories of transactions.

The Apps

  1. MyPoints- It is a reward app that offers up to 40% savings on purchases made from stores like Amazon, Old Navy, eBay, Target, and Home Depot. You accumulate reward points for purchases made through the app. The points can later be redeemed to your PayPal account.

The app is also offering a one-time $10 sign-up bonus for first-time users, which is a pretty sweet deal and helps you start saving from the get-go.

  1. Bitwalking- Bitwalking is a revolutionary concept that incentivizes on staying fit and making money at the same time and is the perfect app for if you love walking.

The app doesn’t reward you with real-time money or anything. You are not paid. Instead, you generate the currency as you stride forward. The app is also created on a leveled playing field. For instance, a person living in Africa who has to walk 2 miles to get water has the same advantage as a casual jogger in San Francisco.

You generate something called ‘Walking Dollars’ which can be exchanged for items in their store or across third-party partners. Users can also transfer the dollars to other individuals who are using the app. It’s an excellent app that’s meant to improve both your physical and financial health.

  1. Swagbucks- Swagbucks lets you passively generate reward points as you watch a video through the app. It also hosts short surveys that allow you to be a part of something bigger and better. You may answer a short survey, but really, you are providing valuable intel to retailers, helping them to improve their services and products for other customers as well.

A quick Google search will reveal a bunch of ways you can optimize your earnings using Swagwatch and SBTV. Make sure to watch them to get bonus rewards from your time spent using the app. By signing up for the app, you create a unique profile that narrows down your spending profile and lifestyle and provides you with surveys in your field of interest. As a result, your opinions are not considered as random comments, but as essential data that can improve products in the future.

  1. Belly- Belly is the app for stores that offer loyalty programs. Often, you’ll come across a Belly logo on a cash counter in a store, which means you won’t have to carry a loyalty card every time you walk into the store or any other place that offers the service. The app keeps records of your purchases and offers you rewards based on a shop’s loyalty program. 


There are other ways you can thrive financially using apps such as Fronto, iBotta, Cosign, Checkout 51, Shopkick the list goes on. Nonetheless, the ones mentioned above by Web.com Reviews are the most preferred of the bunch. Feel free to try out new ones, and you can invent even more ways to save money.

Louis Jones

Greg Jones: Greg's blog posts are known for their clear and concise coverage of economic and financial news. With a background as a financial journalist, he offers readers valuable insights into the complexities of the global economy.