Want Cheaper Gas? There's an App for That
Gas prices just faced the second-highest two-week jump in history, due to the current instability in Libya. The highest prices are in Hawaii, at $3.96 per gallon. In response to the spike in gas prices, drivers worldwide scrambled to cut costs. Though NewsFeed does not encourage using your smartphone while driving, check out these apps (before you hit the road) that help you find the cheapest gas in your town.
The GasBuddy app offers you information on the cheapest gas prices near you, with detailed locations and addresses. Available in the U.S. and Canada with an iTunes customer rating of three stars and Android and Windows apps available as well, the price (free!) isn’t the only thing you’ll like about this app.