(NBC) - Coupon-clipping is making resurgence in this economy, and smart phones can help you maximize your savings.
Yes, there's an app for that.
It is called snip snap . It turns your smart phone into a coupon library.
Instead of clipping coupons from circulars and mailings, you snap a photo of them. The app scans the coupons and stores them on your phone.
Snip snap is free, and it includes alerts.
The app launched earlier this year. Users have already uploaded two million coupons.
Snip snap also works with Apple's new "Passbook" feature, essentially a digital wallet for storing things like loyalty cards, tickets, and now coupons.
It is available now for iPhones and iPads. An Android version of the app will be out this month.
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