Published on October 12th, 2012 | by Zachary Shahan


Live More Sustainably & Have Fun Using iPhone App JouleBag

October 12th, 2012 by  

Ah, free iPhone apps that help green our lives — have to appreciate them. This one featured below looks like a ton of fun and can save you hundreds of dollars a year, if not more (and, of course, that also translates into good environmental savings). The scoring, based on the video below, seems a little arbitrary — it seems that greener acts should get more points (i.e. biking somewhere should get more points than drinking local beer or using a reusable water bottle) — but it’s not my app, so I guess I have to accept that. Check out more via this Ecopreneurist repost:

iPhone App JouleBug Encourages Sustainable Behavior And Saves You Money (via Ecopreneurist)

JouleBug is a free iPhone app that helps you cut out energy waste and save more than $200 a year. JouleBug was designed to encourage sustainable living through gaming and social interaction making it fun and simple!  JouleBug combines the best parts of mobile gaming, social media, and educational…

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