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3 Great Personal Finance Apps to Try for Fun (and More)

Budgeting, saving and getting out of debt probably don't sound like a whole lot of fun, but an array of mobile apps are poised to change that. We reviewed three of them. Fortune City Fortune City combines bookkeeping to track your expenses with a fun simulation game to build and grow your city into a metropolis. It's available for Android and iOs and has been downloaded more than 500,000 times on the Android platform. Acorns Acorns targets users with less than $100,000 in yearly income and allows them to automatically invest their spare change from everyday purchases across 7,000 stocks and bonds. It's available for Android and iOs and has been downloaded more than 1 million times on the Android platform. Qapital Qapital is a banking app that encourages you to save money on autopilot. The idea is to put aside small amounts in a way you won't even notice. It's available for Android and iOs and has been downloaded more than 100,000 times on the Android platform. For reviews of more personal finance apps that can be fun go to kiplinger.com and search "personal finance apps.

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