Jase Glenn · Feb 6, 2012 at 05:00 pm

CheapCheap: Saving Money, Android Style

In this day and age, most people enjoy saving money. Now there’s an Android app that can assist you in doing just that. Known as CheapCheap, it’s the brainchild of XDA Member alvintclam, and is designed to maximize value amongst purchases.

The premise of the application is simple:

$20 for 2 bottles of Coca-Cola (1L)
$21 for 6 cups of Coca-Cola (355mL)
Which one is more cheap?
CheapCheap can help you to find the result easily!!
Just only type in the data and it will help you get the result!
The app can help you to compare the product with different price and different unit.

For those of use who would like to know which product is a better value before purchase, this app is perfect. It also has support for three languages, English, Traditional Chinese, and Simplified Chinese; so head on over to the thread here or download from the Market here and take the app for a spin. Your bank account will be pleased.


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Jase Glenn is an editor on XDA-Developers, the largest community for Android users. Techie til the end. View Jase Glenn's posts and articles here.
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