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Here are five money-saving apps for millennials

Updated : May 03, 2019 07:26 PM IST

Walnut app tracks your monthly expenses by scanning through your phone's inbox and helps you stay within your budget. It's like the financial advisor you never had, which keeps telling you when, where and how to spend your money. 
Thriv goes the extra mile by letting users add a link or picture of the thing they are saving to keep them motivates in achieving their goals. 
The Gurugram-based fintech company is making sure that millennials become familiar with saving money and investment culture at an early age, with the inclusion of a unique feature called, 'Save the Change.'  
Here are five money-saving apps for millennials
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