These apps can help you save money, score tickets, and get in shape

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MILWAUKEE -- These apps can help you save money, score tickets, and get in shape. Best of all, they are all free.

Flipp works by gathering circulars in your area. Simply enter your zip code to see a list of stores near you. Best of all, Flipp lets you make a grocery list so you never forget an item at the supermarket. You can download Flipp from the App Store and Google Play.

StubHub is the one stop shop for event tickets. But now the mobile app is making it easier than ever to find events you like by searching your music library to learn about the bands and music you enjoy. When an event is in town you'll get an alert so you never miss a moment. You can download StubHub from the App Store and Google Play.

Sworkit, or Simply Work It, is like having a personal trainer in your pocket. Select workouts from different categories including stretching, cardio, yoga, and strength. The app uses real trainers to demonstrate workouts and will talk you through each exercise. Sworkit integrates with Spotify so you have your favorite music for every session. Go pro for $4 and have the ability to customize your own workouts without any ads. You can download Sworkit from the App Store and Google Play.


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