Power Moves: How Women Can Pivot, Reboot, and Build a Career of Purpose

Title: Power Moves: How Women Can Pivot, Reboot, and Build a Career of Purpose
Author: Lauren McGoodwin
Hardcover: 288 pages
Publisher: Harper Business
Publishing date: May 19, 2020
Average customer review: 5 out of 5 stars

Who is this book for?

  • Young professionals who feel stuck and are lacking career fulfillment
  • Followers of McGoodwin’s Career Contessa site who want to build on their career know-how
  • Businesswomen who are seeking growth and a career change

What’s inside this book?

  • Information, guidance, advice and essential tools to help women shed self-doubt and fear, and also take bold steps forward in their careers
  • Helpful to-do’s and checklists to provide accountability
  • Powerful graphics to bring the lessons to life

5 lessons you’ll learn from this book:

  • How to cut out comparison, shame, and self-loathing
  • How to abandon the idea of that elusive “dream job”
  • How to embrace your inner questioner, your inner quester and your inner quitter
  • How to make money moves and take control of your financial future
  • How women can build a successful career on their own terms

4 questions this book will answer for you:

  • What is a Power Move and why does it matter?
  • How can I tune out noise and better tune in my own voice?
  • How can I bypass the quest for perfection and move directly toward career growth?
  • What practical steps do I need to take before making a career change?

What people are saying about this book:

  • Honest, candid, and thoughtful
  • An easy read with actionable advice
  • Power Moves is an honest and brave manifesto on how to take control of your career and, ultimately, your happiness, on your terms.
  • If you are ready to achieve real success in your career (and life), this is the book you absolutely need to read right now.
  • There is a certain type of savvy I thought couldn’t be taught, but Lauren McGoodwin is making her sharp instincts accessible to everyone. She is part trusted friend who knows what you’re up against, part professional guru who wants to help you realize your full potential.

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7 Apps to Download this Summer

Project Noah logo - patch-like representation of an embroidered leaf over on greenstitched field with gold stitched edging/borderProject Noah
Give your kids a super-fun experience this summer without leaving your backyard. This free app will act like an interactive field guide, coaching kids on the flora and fauna that can be found right outside their homes. Project Noah lets users upload photos of what they’ve found so they can learn even more about local plants and animals.

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Nothing beats a day out on the waves, but if you don’t own your own boat it can get pricey fast. Enter GetMyBoat. The free app works just like Airbnb for boats, with more than 35,000 boats, from kayaks to yachts, available for rent in 135 countries around the world.

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The back-to-school countdown takes on extra intensity this year with school being out of the classroom for nearly six months in most of the country. When your kids are driving you up the wall and it’s doubtful you’ll make it through the summer with your sanity intact, check out Back2SchoolCountdown. For just 99 cents, you can check how much time is left until the first day of school, down to the second. The app won’t magically get your kids to behave, but it’s the next best thing!

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Turn an ordinary night into the extraordinary with this fantastic app. For a one-time fee of $1.99, you’ll have a complete guide to the inky night sky right inside your pocket. Learn how to spot constellations, planets and satellites by pointing your smartphone toward the sky. SkyGuide works well even in weak data signal zones, making it the perfect accessory for your camping trip.

PackPointPackPoint logo - ilustrated white suitcase with stylized sun coming up behind suitcase on teal background.
Nothing kills a vacation like pulling open your suitcase only to find you’ve forgotten your cellphone charger. Or your toothbrush. Try the free PackPoint app and never forget an essential item again. You’ll plug in your trip details, whether it’s a family road trip, a business convention or a romantic beachside getaway. The app will use your itinerary and the forecast weather at your vacation destination to draw up a packing list, chargers and toothbrushes included. PackPoint will even save your packing list to make your next trip that much easier.

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If you’ve ever been to a crowded amusement park or music festival and lost sight of your friends, you need to download GeoZilla. The app lets you track your friends or family members, and keep contact with them via group chat or a check-in feature. GeoZilla takes the stress out of a trip — without draining your phone’s battery.

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If you have plans to hit the waves this summer, you may want to download this free app before grabbing your surfboard. With more than 100 live-streaming HD cameras at breaks all over the U.S., Surfline provides users with the most accurate surf reports and forecasts. Data is available for thousands of surf spots around the world, up to five days in advance. Surf’s up!

Your Turn:
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geozilla.com
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Meditation Apps

round corner button with "calm" in script fontCalm
With more than 50 million downloads and 700,000 5-star reviews, Calm is one of most popular meditation apps on the market. Proud to hold the title of Google Play Editor’s Choice of 2018, Calm’s simple approach makes it a favorite among users around the world.

The app offers instructional guides for meditation, sleep stories and tips for a truly restful night’s sleep, exclusive music to help you relax and audio programs teaching users how to engage in complete mindfulness. The app also features Calm Kids, a section designed with kids aged 3-17 in mind.

You can try the app at no cost for a week and then pay the annual subscription price of $69.99, or choose to spend $399.99 upfront for lifetime access.

Pros

    • The introductory weeklong course is comprehensive, engaging and completely free.
    • “Daily Calm,” the 10-minute mindfulness session, is short enough to squeeze into an overcrowded schedule, but long enough to leave you feeling relaxed.
    • Users can customize the timelines of their goals.
    • Provides insightful guidance for overcoming difficulties when learning meditation.
    • The design of the app is very calming, with soothing visuals and sounds.

Cons

    • Free version of the app is very limited.
    • Some users find the app’s constant verbal guidance to be intrusive and annoying.

orange dot on with round corner buttonHeadspace
Headspace is the “dinosaur” in the market of meditation apps, but its high ratings across 300,000 reviews in the App Store place it way up there with newer apps of its kind.
You can try the app at no cost for two weeks, and then you’ll automatically be enrolled in an annual subscription at $69.99 a year. A monthly subscription of $12.99 will give you a week’s free trial. You can always cancel your subscription after trying out the app. The paid version unlocks many features, including mini meditations, sleep training and in-depth coverage and instructional guides on themes, like stress reduction and gaining confidence.

Pros

    • Attractive interface and easy to use.
    • Animations are fun and engaging.
    • Daily meditations are tracked so you can see your progress.

Cons

    • Free version is limited to 10 short sessions.
    • App requires high levels of self-discipline for success.

mindfulnessMindfulness
This app’s name tells it like it is: an app designed to train you in mindfulness. From improving the quality of your sleep to learning to understand your emotions, there’s a module for everyone on The Mindfulness App. It’s free for the first week, but the paid version, at $69.99 a month, gives you access to courses on relationships, focus and calmness, along with more than 250 guided meditations.

Pros

    • Timed sessions allow users to squeeze in a meditation even when they can only spare a few minutes. These sessions are also customizable and can be silent or guided.
    • Allows users to track the progress of their meditation journeys.

Cons

    • App is designed for beginners, and will not provide in-depth tutorials on advanced meditation like other apps.

Your Turn:
What’s your favorite meditation app? Tell us about it in the comments.

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Best Meditation Apps

Jordan Page

Jordan PageMeet Jordan Page, a tireless mom of eight — including newborn twins. In between keeping her house running and her kids productively occupied and out of trouble, Page has built up a strong community of online followers with two separate and equally popular personal finance sites. As these communities will attest, she’s all about keeping your finances real, easy and fun!

In BudgetBootcamp, readers are invited to join a financial improvement program for just $149. The program is customizable to all life stages and circumstances, and includes 27 how-to videos, 15 workouts for your wallet, loads of budgeting tips and financial advice from Page, along with the strong community support of hundreds of thousands of families who’ve already worked through the program.

Participants will learn how to stop fighting about money, create a custom financial fitness program that actually works, slash your grocery bill in half and so much more! Page promises full satisfaction or your money back, so there’s nothing to lose by trying out Budget Boot Camp — except debt and stress over money. You can also try out the program by signing up for a 90-day Budget for Beginners Boot Camp for free.

Page’s other site, FunCheapOrFree.com, contains loads of completely free financial advice and tips, all written in an engaging and easy-to-read style that makes saving money fun. Read up on painless ways to trim your spending, budget-friendly recipe ideas, how you can save more by choosing to DIY on everything from washing your car to gift-giving, motivational messages to keep you inspired and so much more.
Page can be followed on Twitter at @budgetbootcamp and @funcheaporfree, and on Facebook.

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Hustle Harder, Hustle Smarter

Curtis jackson AKA 50Cent Hustle Harder Hustle SmarterThis book at a glance:
Title: Hustle Harder, Hustle Smarter
Author: Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson
Hardcover: 304 pages
Publisher: Harper Collins Publisher
Publishing date: April 28, 2020
Average customer review: 4.6 out of 5 stars

Who is this book for?

  • Anyone seeking change in their professional life, but afraid to make the leap
  • Readers who want an inside look at the music business and the cutthroat world of Hollywood.
  • Die-hard fans of 50 Cent, who find his life story interesting and inspiring

What’s inside this book?

  • Jackson’s personal account of how he pivoted from platinum-selling rap artist, to producer and star of the hit crime drama, “Power”
  • Lessons Jackson learned about embracing change
  • Advice on how to successfully change career paths

5 lessons you’ll learn from this book:

  • How to build on the lesson of “Fear nothing and you shall succeed,” as Jackson shared in his bestselling book, The 50th Law
  • How to flow with changes that disrupt your life
  • How to endure personal loss without breaking
  • No one is locked inside his or her career.
  • Change is always possible.

4 questions this book will answer for you:

  • How can I leave an unfulfilling job without risking my financial stability?
  • What do I need to do before embarking on a career change?
  • How can I move on after personal challenges?
  • Is a lack of fulfillment a reasonable price to pay for financial health?

What people are saying about this book:

  • “He has shown he can survive in this ever-changing world.”
  • “This is a really quick and great read.”
  • “Action-packed”
  • “Perhaps the best thing was learning some of the very practical strategies Jackson employs to control situations and succeed. This book is also very entertaining as he spills some tea about people he has had issues with in the past.”
  • “Definitely recommended”

Your Turn:
Have you read the most recent book by Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson? Tell us what you loved about the book in the comments.

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Video Conferencing Apps: Zoom vs. Skype vs. Google Hangouts

Zoom logoZoom
While businesses across the country are bleeding money and struggling to make payroll since the coronavirus pandemic hit, the cloud-based video conferencing platform has been enjoying an unparalleled explosion in downloads. In the third week of March, 2020, communication apps took the first spot as the most downloaded apps. Zoom was No. 1, with close to 20 million downloads in just one week according to data provided by analytics firm Sensor Tower. The app was installed about 3.7 times more than Skype and 8.6 times more than Google Hangouts since the pandemic hit.

The app is free for one-on-one users and pricing generally starts at $14.99 a month. With the pandemic forcing millions of people to work or learn from home, Zoom is now offering free downloads until normal life resumes.

Best features
Zoom’s exceptional popularity is likely thanks to its functionality. It is easy to set up and offers high-quality videos and calls. You can also choose to record a class, meeting or virtual party.

Zoom also has lots of nifty features, making it especially popular with millennials. The app’s beautification feature helps you look your best on screen, and virtual backgrounds allow you to swap out the messy room behind you for fun screens, like the Milky Way or the interview area from “The Office.”

Glaring glitches
Many users don’t like the almost omniscient power Zoom gives the host of the conference, which can include checking to see if you’ve been focusing on the meeting you were virtually attending, or maybe Facebooking in another window. Creepy, much? Some users think so.

The explosion of Zoom users during the pandemic has also led to the disturbing new trend of “Zoombombing.” In this 21st century equivalent of a prank call, online trolls disrupt public meetings and make a general nuisance of themselves.

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Microsoft’s Skype introduced the concept of video calls to the world. While Microsoft has let its plans to discontinue the app and replace it with Microsoft Teams slip out, Skype is still wildly popular, especially with businesses, throughout the world. Skype to Skype calls are free, but calls to landlines and mobile devices without Skype start at $2.99 a month. Skype for Business starts at $2 per user per month.

Best Features
Skype lets you hold HD video conferences with up to 250 people. You can also screen-share on the platform, record your conferences, blur your background and share all kinds of files of up to 300 MB through your call window. The app also features live subtitles and real-time translation, making it the perfect choice for conferences that include participants from around the world.

Glaring Glitches
Skype is easy to use if you’re participating in a conference, but users complain that setting up a conference and inviting people to join can be complicated and full of glitches.

google-hangoutsGoogle Hangouts
Google’s contribution to the videoconferencing market is always free, but requires a Google account. Hangouts Meet, the business version of Hangouts, can only be started by subscribers to G Suite, which starts at $6 a month. Google is now providing free access to Hangouts Meet through July 1, 2020.

Best Features
Google Hangouts users claim the platform is easy to use and integrates quickly with the Google ecosystem. The app can also be used to make free international calls to many countries. Hangouts also beats its competitors in playfulness. For instance, the app lets you add fun emojis, stickers and GIFs to your chat.

Glaring Glitches
Google Hangouts was designed with Chrome users in mind, so it doesn’t always work well on other browsers. Conferences are also limited to 25 participants and cannot be recorded. Some users have also complained about the quality and dependability of the videos on the app.

Platforms Compared

AppsRecording OptionAlways FreeHigh QualityMax Participants
ZoomYesNoYesNo
SkypeYesYesNoNo
Google HangoutsNoYesNoYes

Your Turn:
What’s your favorite video conferencing app? Tell us about it in the comments.

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Finessin’ Finances

This book at a glance: Finessin' Finances - the refreshingly entertaining guide ot personal finance.
Title: Finessin’ Finances
Author: Stefon Walters
Paperback: 152 pages
Publisher: Just Believe Company
Date published: Feb. 7, 2019
Average customer review: 5.0 out of 5 stars

Who is this book for?
People interested in learning about basic financial topics through clear, easy-to-understand language
Anyone who finds finances boring
Readers who love to laugh while learning valuable information

5 things you’ll learn from this book:

  • How to navigate the world of credit and credit cards
  • Basic investing for beginners
  • Best practices for managing your student loans
  • How to create and stick to a budget
  • Practical ways to plan for retirement

6 questions this book will answer for you:

  • What is my credit score and why does it matter?
  • How can I improve my credit rating?
  • Are credit cards good for my finances?
  • How can I create a budget that’s designed for my lifestyle?
  • Should I start investing?
  • Why do I need to worry about my retirement when it’s so many years away?

What people are saying about this book:

“Stefon Walters approaches the topic of personal finances from a humorous, informative, and fluent manner. He gives insightful and realistic ways to dominate your finances with self-control and knowledge.”

“A fun read with great explanations and sample templates.”

“I feel like the author is talking to me and not at me.”

“I love the witty terminology used in the book; it made it fun to read.”

Your Turn:
Do you find financial talk boring? Share your thoughts with us in the comments.

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Save Big With Prescription Apps

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GoodRx promises robust savings on all your medications. There’s no need to share your email address, phone number or even Facebook account to enjoy the advantages of GoodRx. Just download the app, search for your medication and start saving money today! GoodRx claims to save Americans an average of three billion dollars a year on medication costs.

Best features
GoodRx discounts are accepted at 70,000 pharmacies nationwide, including major retailers like Costco, Kroger, Wal-Mart, CVS, Rite Aid and Walgreens. On average, GoodRx also offers the steepest discounts on medications compared to competing apps. It does an especially great job at highlighting $4 generics and select medications that are completely free with membership status.

The paid version of the app, GoodRx Gold, promises to save users 90 percent on most drugs, offering 1,000 medications for less than $10. At $5.99/month for individuals and $9.99/month for up to six family members, including your pets, the premium version of the app is generally worth the price for users with chronic conditions requiring ongoing medication. GoodRx Gold also offers online physician consultations for just $10, so you can get that script without a traditional doctor’s visit.

Glaring Glitches
GoodRX’s most glaring issue seems to be its failure to consistently deliver as promised. While the app’s commercials will have you believe you can easily save 80 percent off most prescription drugs, many users complain that the actual savings they ultimately enjoyed through the app amounted to far less. Some users also dislike the app’s interface, calling it clumsy and dated.


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Like GoodRx, SingleCare promises steep savings on your medications. There is no membership fee or sign-up information required to download, and there is no paid, premium version of the app.

Best Features
Users love SingleCare’s sleek and modern interface, which makes it a pleasure to use.

Glaring Glitches
With just 35,000 participating pharmacies across the country, SingleCare can be used in only about half the number of pharmacies as GoodRx.

Users also found that SingleCare’s savings tended to be less significant than those offered by GoodRx. It’s important to note, though, that this is not a hard and fast rule, and that SingleCare’s discounts are sometimes steeper than those offered by GoodRx.


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RxSaver, formerly called LowestMed.com, is another free discount prescription finder owned by coupon giant RetailMeNot. With savings on thousands of meds and acceptance at 60,000 pharmacies across the country, RxSaver is a favorite among many prescription-fillers.

Best Features
The RxAdvocacy Program, the premium version of RxSaver, offers thousands of dollars in savings on expensive drugs. You’ll need to pay $50 a month and register for The RxAdvocacy Program. But, for individuals relying on expensive ongoing medication that is not fully covered by insurance, this can be a great money-saver. RxSaver also features an attractive, updated interface.

Glaring Glitches
When you input medication info into the app, RxSaver will only show you its preferred pharmacies and prices. You’ll need to click a “see more” button to view the medication info at other pharmacies. This extra step can mean missing out on some of the best prices in your neighborhood. RxSaver also consistently fails to highlight free options available in users’ areas.


How they stack up
Note: When using an app primarily for saving money, the most important factor when choosing one to use will be how much each app can help you save. Dozens of testers have tried these three apps, and most have found that GoodRx tended to offer the lowest prices on most meds. However, there were several meds that the other apps feature for half the price or less—and that medication may be the one you need. If you’re looking for a prescription app to help you save money on a medication you require on an ongoing basis, it’s best to test all three apps and see which offers the steepest discount on that particular medication.

 

AppMost Widely AcceptedPaid VersionHighlights Free MedsSleek Interface
GoodRxYesYesYesNo
SingleCareNoNoNoYes
RxSaverNoYesNoYes

 


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clark.com Review of SingleCare
singlecare.com – How SingleCare works
trustpilot.com Review of SingleCare
clark.com Review of Good Rx
goodrx.com Review
sitejabber.com Review of GoodRx
Retail Me Not RxSaver Review
SingleCare vs GoodRx

Think And Grow Rich

Think and Grow Rich book coverThink and Grow Rich is a legendary read. Way before the bookstores were cluttered with personal finance books, Napoleon Hill offered his manifesto to the world. And the world devoured it.

Think and Grow Rich was first published in 1937, and it has since proven to be a timeless classic.

In his work, Hill explores the mindsets, attitudes and motivations driving the most successful men of all times. Basing his ideas on Andrew Carnegie’s formula for money-making and drawing on 25 years of research into the lives of high-achievers, Hill brings readers a guide toward unlocking their own wealth. The book has been described as the ultimate manual for living a life of richness.

Think and Grow Rich is structured around 13 steps that have been touted as the most dependable philosophy of individual achievement that has ever been published. These steps include organized planning, faith, specialized knowledge, precision and more. All the techniques shared in these steps are simple and basic. And yet, when applied correctly, they can prove to be life-altering.

Hill also explores the 6 Ghosts of Fear: the primary fears that prevent most people from reaching their goals. These include poverty, criticism, ill health, lost love, old age and death. Hill shows readers how these fears can control choices and prove to be the biggest obstacles in life.

The author sprinkles illuminating vignettes about the lives of Andrew Carnegie, Thomas Edison, Henry Ford and other millionaires of his generation throughout the book. These anecdotes illustrate the book’s principles and prove they are true to life.

When you employ the tools found within this classic work, you will have mastered the secret roadmap toward a life of riches.

Interwoven throughout the book is the theory that everyone needs self confidence, focus and a strong drive to succeed. If you already possess these tools and know how to leverage them, though, you might not find this legendary book overly helpful. But, if you’re struggling with motivation and confidence, you’ll find all the answers you need inside Think and Grow Rich.

Your Turn:
Do you think contemporary society struggles with the same challenges as Hill’s generation? Why, or why not? Share your thoughts with us in the comments!

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thesimpledollar.com

Mobile Wallet Apps

Apple PayApplePay logo
Apple Pay allows you to pay for purchases online and in retail locations using credit and debit cards already stored in your iPhone’s Wallet app. If you have an iOS 11, you can also use the service for peer-to-peer (P2P) payments through iMessage.

Accessibility: Apple Pay is available on all Apple Watches and Apple mobile devices that are as recent as the iPhone 6, iPad Air 2, iPad Pro or iPad mini 3. Apple also works with select Macs as long as there is an Apple product nearby. MacBooks with Touch ID can use Apple Pay directly without the assistance of any Apple products.

If you have an Apple device with iOS 11 and you’d like to use Apple Pay for P2P payments, any money you receive will be deposited into your Apple Pay Cash card, which works like a prepaid credit card. You can then use this money for spending through Apple Pay or deposit it into your checking account.

Where it works: More than 4 million locations in the U.S. accept Apple Pay, including GAP, Starbucks and Trader Joe’s. There are also hundreds of financial institutions and payment providers that accept Apple Pay.

Security: In addition to the security provided by using NFC and tokenization, Apple protects your money by requiring you to authenticate your device with Touch ID, Face ID or a PIN whenever you attempt to make a payment through the app.

Samsung PaySamsung Pay logo
If you have a Samsung Galaxy device, you’ll want to use Samsung Pay. This wireless payment app is the most widely accepted mobile wallet on the market.

Accessibility: You can use Samsung Pay with all Galaxy devices, including the Gear S2 Sport, Gear S2 Classic, Gear S3 Classic, Gear Sport and Galaxy Watch.

Where it works: Samsung Pay is unique among mobile wallets thanks to its ability to work with both NFC-enabled terminals and the more common magnetic-strip terminals, or MSTs. As Samsung promises, wherever you can swipe a card, you can use Samsung Pay.

Security: Before you use Samsung Pay, you’ll need to do an iris scan, fingerprint or PIN.

Fitbit Payfitbit pay
Fitbit Pay was created by the popular fitness company to enable exercisers to make small purchases while on the go, using just their Fitbit devices.

Accessibility: You can use Fitbit’s mobile wallet on compatible Fitbit devices, including the Fitbit Ionic smartwatch, Fitbit Versa 2 smartwatch, Fitbit Versa Special Edition smartwatch and the Fitbit Charge 3 Special Edition.

Where it works: Fitbit is currently only accepted by a limited number of financial institutions. You can check out the full list of participating U.S. credit unions and banks here. If your financial institution is connected to the app, you can use it at any NFC-enabled payment terminal.

Security: You’ll have to enter your unique security code each time you want to make a payment with Fitbit Pay.

Garmin PayGarmin Pay logo
Another favorite among fitness enthusiasts, Garmin Pay makes buying a bottle of water while on a run as simple as holding up your watch.

Accessibility: Garmin Pay works with the following devices: Garmin Vivoactive 3, Garmin Vivoactive 4 & 4s, Garmin Forerunner 645, Garmin Forerunner 945, Garmin Fenix 5 Plus – X & S, Garmin Fenix 6 – Pro, X, S, Garmin Venu, Garmin D2 Delta, Garmin Legacy series and Garmin Vivomove Luxe & Style.

Where it works: Garmin Pay is currently only connected to a limited number of financial institutions. You can check out the list of participating U.S. banks and credit unions here.

Security: You’ll need to input a PIN before making a purchase through Garmin Pay.

Your Turn:
What’s your favorite mobile wallet app, and what do you like best about it? Tell us in the comments.

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