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Articles tagged with "Shopping"

Tap into product opinions with Consmr Barcode Scanner

There are plenty of product comparison apps out there for big-ticket items such as televisions, but consumers are often on their own when deciding what to buy in the aisles of the grocery or drug store. Consmr Barcode Scanner, a universal app, has been called the “Yelp for Supermarket Products” ... Full Article »

May 24, 2012 12:30pm

Grocery iQ adds voice dictation, but removes key features

Grocery iQ has been a mainstay in the App Store since its initial release, but a recent update—designed to add support for a host of features—has caused a bit of an uproar among dedicated users of the universal app. What caught my eye initially about Grocery iQ’s newest re ... Full Article »

May 15, 2012 12:30pm

SnipSnap Coupon App an interesting concept for savers, but likely won’t pan out

Coupons seem to be embracing a second wave of popularity thanks to the extreme among us. But if carrying around a giant binder of clipped savings isn’t for you, SnipSnap Coupon App for iPhone and iPod Touch helps ease the burden of toting around scraps of paper. Somewhat, anyway. With the app, us ... Full Article »

May 9, 2012 12:30pm

Svpply shows you the web’s most wanted—products for purchase, that is

I love a good wishlist app, and although app Svpply, for iPhone and iPod Touch, is designed more for product curation, you can bet I’ll be sharing my profile when my next birthday rolls around. Every day, Svpply features new products culled from the web. It’s current database boasts more than a ... Full Article »

April 30, 2012 2:30pm

Fribi’s network has yet to hit stateside

Getting something for nothing is always worth your time, and the Fribi app for iPhone and iPod Touch wants to be your go-to service for sharing and finding free items. The only problem for us here in North America is that there’s no-one on this side of the ocean using the service. Fribi’s netwo ... Full Article »

April 26, 2012 12:30pm

Study says iPad users make up 90 percent of mobile shopping revenue

If you’re shopping from a mobile device, chances are very good you’re using an iPad to do it, according to a new study. Fierce Mobile Content has the story, citing a study from RichRelevance that finds that 4.6 percent of all digital retail revenue is coming from mobile shopping, and the vast m ... Full Article »

April 13, 2012 2:08pm

NET-A-PORTER’s updates make for smooth shopping

It’s rare that I prefer to do any shopping on iPhone’s small screen rather than my MacBook, but e-tailer Net-A-Porter’s recent updates to its NET-A-PORTER app for iPhone and iPod Touch is giving me a change of heart. Prior to its update, NET-A-PORTER featured your typical shopping portal and ... Full Article »

March 28, 2012 12:30pm

Get in line now, Apple Stores and partners to start selling new iPad at 8 a.m. Friday

If you were not one of the first movers to order a new iPad when it it debuted on March 7, chances are you won’t be seeing a new device come through the mail anytime soon. However, if you’re willing to line up well in advance of 8 a.m. on Friday, you’ll be able to pick up a new device from an ... Full Article »

March 14, 2012 10:08am

PayPal unveils new mobile wallet service at SXSW 2012

We heard just yesterday that PayPal was planning to roll out a mobile payment system that would allow users to make use of the online payment system no matter where they were making purchases. Turns out that rumor was true, although PayPal’s ambitions seem to go beyond just a mobile payment system ... Full Article »

March 14, 2012 7:48am

Rumgr iPhone app offers mobile marketplace for random wares

Spring-cleaning is just around the corner, and that means it’s time to empty your cupboards and unload that stuff you never use (says the semi-hoarder, don’t judge). Freecycle and Craigslist are good standbys for lightening your load, but there’s a new kid on the block, app Rumgr for iPhone an ... Full Article »

February 13, 2012 1:30pm

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