If you’ve got a smartphone, you’ve got a lot of money-saving tools at your fingertips. One thing you’ll want to take advantage of is mobile couponing. Here are some apps you can download for access to great coupons and deals for stores near you:

  • SnipSnap: with this app, you snap pictures of coupons with your smartphone. Then the app automatically stores the coupon, noting the expiration and reminding you when it’s about to expire. You can also use this app to share coupons with friends.
  • Shopkick: with this app, you earn points just for walking into certain stores. You can then later redeem those points, or “kicks,” for rewards later.
  • Yowza: this app will alert you to the coupons and deals available at store near your location. Then when you get to a store, just hand your phone to the cashier to scan your coupon.
  • The Coupons App: with this app, you can save coupons you find in their database, find daily deals and share deals with friends. You can scan these coupons right at the register for instant savings – no printing required.
  • Grocery Smarts Coupon Shopper:

    If you’re interested in cross-referencing manufacturer coupons with store sales, this is the couponing app for you. Using coupons for items that are already on sale is how extreme couponers save so much money. This app actually tracks store prices from Wal-Mart, Rite Aid, Target, CVS and Walgreens, and then shows you exactly how to use current manufacturer’s coupons to save.

Find more coupon apps over at MSN Money’s 10 Mobile Apps for Coupons and Deals.