To be honest, it's pretty spot on, apart from two points.
I don't use shopping apps - I prefer my laptop to my phone. And I don't have to own the latest version of every piece of technology out there. I just can't afford it.
The Screen Saver is one of four modern shopping tribes identified in research carried out by Barclaycard and consumer experts at Brunel University.
There's also the Bargain Hunter Gatherer an expert at collecting the best tools, voucher codes and loyalty cards to make their budget go as far as possible.
The Profit Prophet is the archetypal spreadsheet shopper,who plans their purchases well ahead of time, with Christmas present buying in January.
And finally the High Street Pounder will quite literally pound the streets to get the very best deals, preferring to hit the ground and haggle for what they want.
With these new kinds of shoppers in mind, Barclaycard has come up with the credit card. Like some other rewards cards you get points wherever you shop but since the weekly groceries and petrol spend takes 30% of the average family’s weekly budget, they give double points at any UK petrol station or supermarket.
There's also an online Freedom Rewards store where people can earn triple points shopping with more than 50 favourite brands - and redeem those points at more than 70 popular outlets.