The app was acquired by eBay (Fortune 500) in 2010, when it focused largely on scanning barcodes. Today it's morphed into a shopping research tool. At a handful of partner retailers like , Best Buy (Fortune 500) and Toys R Us, you can buy items within the app and pick them up in-store. ,
The app is free and is available on iPhone, Android and Windows Phone.
Forget doorbuster deals on flatscreen TVs and cameras. These businesses are ready to make a killing on Black Friday by offering juicy discounts on surprising items.
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