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Black Friday 2015: 5 Apps to Help You Shop

by Sean P. Aune | November 26, 2015

Top 5 Apps for Black Friday

Black Friday is upon us, and with some of the stores opening as early as this evening, you don’t have a whole lot of time left to put your battle plan together. We’ve come up with a list of five apps that will allow you to continue your planning even as you stand inline in the cold tonight in the hunt for that one great deal.

Black Friday 2015

With the DealNews.com Black Friday app you can create a shopping list, access the one you created on the site, receive alerts for new ads, share your favorites amongst other features.

Amazon / Android / iOS


Black Friday 2015 Ads App

The BlackFriday.fm app lets you search for deals by store or category, get notifications of the latest deals, browse the actual ads, get information on limited quantity doorbuster deals, create and share shopping lists and more.

Amazon / Android / iOS


Black Friday Shopping

The BlackFriday.com app will allow you to view the ad scans on your mobile device, let you view a wishlist you’ve built to keep track of the deals you want, filter the ads and let you easily compare prices between stores.

Amazon / Android / iOS


BuyVia

BuyVia is a year-round savings app that adds a ton of features you may find handy for Black Friday. Beyond telling you the latest deals and comparing them, it also has a barcode scanner built-in so you can see if you’re truly getting a deal, or if you just think you are. And added this year: Apple Watch support.

Amazon / Android / iOS


TGI Black Friday

With the TGIBlackFriday.com you can download PDF versions of all the ads, search for deals by store or category, compare prices, shop online and a whole lot more.

Android / iOS



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Sean P. Aune

Sean P. Aune has been a professional technology blogger since July 2007, but his love of tech dates back to at least 1976 when his parents bought...Sean P. Aune has been a professional technology blogger since July 2007, but his love of tech dates back to at least 1976 when his parents bought...


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