Free Coupon Apps for Android Devices
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Free Coupon Apps for Android Devices

Posted on Tuesday, January 10th, 2012 at 10:21 am
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One of the greatest things about smartphones is that people have created many, extremely useful, apps that can be used on them.  There are plenty of apps that will let you collect and use coupons, check weekly ads, and view social couponing websites.  Here are a few free apps that you can use on Android devices. has an app that you can download for free, and use on your Android phone.  The app allows you to enjoy all the features of the website.  You can access printable coupons, Savings Card coupons, and add coupons to your grocery store Savings Card.

Groupon National Deals is another free app for Android devices.  It works just like  The app reviews the Groupon website every day for deals that are redeemable in the city or town that you live in.  When it finds something, it shows it to you, so you can see the deal and decide if you want to go after it.

Everything Starbucks Free is an app that is free for you to download onto your Android device.  You can enter the number of your Starbucks card, and the app will tell you the balance that remains on that card.  If you registered your Starbucks card, then the app can show you how close you are to earning your next free drink, and it will keep track of your reward points.

Living Social app is another free app for Android devices.  This app works like the LivingSocial website does.  The app will show you the day’s deal at LivingSocial, so you can decide if you want to go after that deal.  You can also redeem vouchers using your phone – no printing necessary.

Target is a free app for Android devices.  This is the app created by Target.  The app will let you check prices on items at Target, without having to actually go to a Target store.  You can sign up to have weekly coupons sent to the app twice a month.  These are eCoupons that the cashier can scan directly from your phone.  The app also can show you Target’s weekly ad, and you can use it refill prescriptions.

Amazon Price Check is one of the most incredible apps I have ever heard of.  This one is also free, and can be used on Android devices.  Use this app to scan the barcode of any item that catches your attention while you are shopping.  The app will instantly show you the price of that same item at  It makes it easy to compare prices, so you can get the best deal!

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