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App of the Week – ShopSavvy

I love it when someone shares a new tech tool with me.  So, let me return the favor – Amy’s App of the Week!

ShopSavvy  — A bar code and QR code reader —  it’s FREE — and it saves me money! How?  ShopSavvy saves me from my impulse buying when I see “SALE” items in a store.

ShopSavvy Barcode Reader App

An example? Shopping at my local cooking supply store I see a darling set of Matyroshka measuring cups for $12.99. Seems like a deal! One quick scan with my app and I realize I can buy the same product online with free shipping for $9.00.  I slowly walk away. If I REALLY need these, I can order them later, online for less.

ShopSavvy kindly looks up both online and other local area stores.  I can click through to the online seller or select a map for the local store – Genius!

Note: No one is compensating me for these comments, this is all money I get to save on my own.

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  1. Dena Rushing 03/07/2012 at 2:59 pm

    Thanks for this

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  5. AmY 01/23/2012 at 12:29 pm

    Yes, it does, my screen shot example just didn’t have the product locally, my bad using a bad example (was thinking of a splurge item). If you scan a box of wheat thins, you’ll see prices for your local grocery stores and walmarts, targets, walgreens,etc. Does that help?

  6. Carissa 01/23/2012 at 12:16 pm

    But does this app tell you if there is a better price in a nearby IRL STORE? Or is it all online info?