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Monzo to shut down its prepaid cards

Existing Monzo customers will need to upgrade to a current account, as the online bank scraps its prepaid options. Find out whether switching is worth it.

13 apps for landlords to manage a buy-to-let portfolio on their mobile

Manage your finances, find tenants, and house-hunt at the push of a button. Discover apps that landlords can use to manage their buy-to-let portfolios.

How artificial intelligence can help you save money in 2018

New innovations could bring more effective and convenient ways to manage your money than solutions from the big banks – here’s what’s on the market now

Top Christmas shopping apps for bargain gifts

Looking to save money this Christmas on food, drinks and gifts? We’ve rounded up some top mobile shopping apps for iOS and Android smartphones. Picking up Christmas presents this year...

Half of camera apps tested reveal personal data unnecessarily

New Which? research reveals that some camera companion apps transfer personal data, such as location details, back to the company without your permission.

Avoid unexpected bills: how to keep track of your mobile data

Don't get caught out by hefty mobile phone bills, learn how to monitor your data and see which apps are draining your precious megabytes.

Five essential free travel apps for iPhone and Android

Thanks to an EU regulation it's never been cheaper to use your phone abroad. We've picked five free travel apps to make the most of your holiday and data.

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Get the latest Which? news, on the go

If you have an Apple iPhone or iPad, it’s now even easier to keep up with the latest consumer news thanks to the new Which? News app. Available now from...

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BBC iPlayer to require username and password login

After nearly 10 years of no-nonsense, account-free availability the BBC looks set to finally introduce a little more regulation to iPlayer. Within a matter of weeks it’s expected that you will...

Android viruses on the rise: here’s how to stay safe

A new study by a mobile-security group claims that the number of Android malware apps is growing at an ‘alarming rate’. The unsettling news, which arrives courtesy of research from G DATA,...

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