By Simon Anquetil - November 14, 2013
Tags: android, app, Apple, consumer apps, iOS, life skills, mobile apps, money, problem solver, productivity, small business apps, smartphone, Time Management, Windows
With the economy as it stands, most people can’t afford not to save every dollar they can, especially around this time of year. As we all know, you have to spend money to save money. That’s why you have all those credit cards with cashback rewards and whatnot. In fact, you probably have more cards than you know what to do with, and, even after all the painstaking research you did before acquiring those cards, you still probably aren’t saving as much as you could be.
Wouldn’t it be nice if there was an app that could help you save as much money as humanly possible? That could tell you which credit cards are best for you and help weed out the underhanded cards that are just trying to get you further in debt? Well of course there’s an app for that! It’s called Glyph.
Glyph, a company founded by ex-Accenture employees Mike Vichich and Tyler Felous last year, is an app that tells you which credit card is best for you to use in order to make the most out of your rewards. The app supports more than 250 cards by most of the top U.S. issuers that are out right now. Over 90% of credit card transactions that take place in the U.S. can make use of this app to optimize their spending!
The primary way Glyph helps you is by using geolocation to identify the type of store you’re in and telling you which card would be best to use in that store. It’ll even send alerts so you don’t have to remember to pull out the app and check every time you go somewhere. The app stays up-to-date on all the latest rewards your cards have to offer so you don’t have to.
It also gives you a central location where you can check all your balances and credit card information, saving you a lot of time while managing your finances.
Sadly, the app is currently only available through iOS for iPhone users, but could you imagine how convenient it would be if it integrated with Android and made use of the NFC to make it easier for you to pay with each card too?! It’s bound to happen eventually, but don’t wait! Download Glyph for free today and start saving tons of money tomorrow!