Coupon Policy app: This app is a free download from the Apple app store. It includes most of the popular stores. Store your favorite store’s coupon policy with the app, and you won’t have to print or keep the policy in your binder. The app also allows you to share with your contacts via e-mail, twitter and Facebook.
Notes app: The app appears like yellow legal pad paper. It is very easy to use and will hold numerous lists. Here are some examples: shopping list, a list of phone numbers for family doctors, sizes for the grandkids, my mom’s shopping list, a list where I log in my charges on my credit card, and a “to do” list.
Walgreens app: With this app, I can download pictures from my phone directly to Walgreens for printing, refill prescriptions by scanning, create a shopping list, view the current ad, view the savings book for the month, locate the nearest store. It even has a pill reminder!
CVS app: With this app, you can scan your CVS card into your phone. Then, the clerk can scan the card. (Works at selected stores.) You can also track your ECB rewards, how much you have spent toward your quarterly reward, and check for online coupons. Their techies are developing a feature for viewing of the weekly ad.
Harris Teeter app: Harris Teeter, a chain of stores in eight Southern states, offers an app with a Vic card which is directly loaded. Harris Teeter doubles coupons up to $.99 and often has super doubles and triple doubles. This app has a shop category which includes the weekly ad, pharmacy and shopping list; a save category listing the e-vic coupons, e-vic top 10, and Friday alerts which are more specials for the weekend.