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1. Problem: Figuring out the final price after taxes and sales
Sure, there are calculator apps that do it all, but who wants to spend a bunch of time scrolling through extra functions like “mortgage calculator” when you only need to know how much something costs? On Sale Discount Calculator is a one-page app. You open the app, enter the price, tax rate and discounts, and it shows you final price along with how much you saved.
Clever alternative: Sale Price Discount Calculator. This one is a bit newer and features a few more bells and whistles (if you like that sort of thing).
2. Problem: Figuring out how much you can afford to spend
3. Problem: Figuring out if you got the best available deal
Some small things I buy without hesitation (this weird lip mask for instance), but when it comes big ticket items like a new tablet or television, I want to be sure I’m getting the absolute best price out there. I don’t have time to scroll and wait for deals across dozens of sites.
4. Problem: Figuring out what to eat, when to eat it, and what groceries you’ll need to buy
Clever alternative: Plan to Eat – Meal Planner uses your recipes to create meal plans and shopping lists. This is great if you already have recipes you want to use.
5. Problem: Figuring out if the product you want actually exists.
How many times have you come up with problem and wondered, “Is there a product out there that will solve this problem?” For example, last week I was going for a walk and only wanted to bring my keys, but I had no pockets and didn’t want to carry anything.
Clever alternative: LIKEtoKNOW.it If you’ve ever wondered how to mimic an exact look you’ve seen on an Instagram influencer, you’ll end up here with affiliate links to buy what they’re wearing on Amazon or elsewhere.