When you’re looking for the newest trends and the best prices, you can’t afford to stick to offline shopping. With the help of the the right shopping apps, available for iPhone and Android, you’ll be able to find the right deals at the right time and more.
Start using some of the best apps that can save you money while adding to your style and discover the best deals. Forget about paper coupons and try the best shopping apps of 2014 for all your fashion needs.
One of the best ways to use time sensitive coupons, RetailMeNot is always there to notify you when to get the right deal. With the help of a location based search engine, the app will only show you the discounts available in your area, helping you get savings that even go over 20%.
While some coupons that are uploaded by users may include erroneous information, most of the deals in RetailMeNot are a great way to get discount prices.
Whether you’re shopping for cereal or the latest designer collections available exclusively at Target, Cartwheel is definitely one of the best shopping apps of 2014. The app can create a single bar code that includes multiple coupons and the deals available in Target stores through Cartwheel can amount to even bigger savings because they can be used along with other coupons.
Considering the latest scandal that showed J.C. Penney increased prices before bringing them down for great “deals”, ShopSavvy is the best tool that helps you avoid fake sales. Scan the barcode of the product you want and ShopSavvy will search for better prices in the area. With Facebook integration, wishlists and other useful options, this free app is a must have for your smartphone.
Keep Shopping (iPhone/iPad)
Mixing Pinterest with a store, Keep Shopping is definitely one of the best shopping apps of 2014, even if it’s not available for Android so far. Create lists of the products you want and share them with friends and family as birthday wishlists or simply enjoy the way this excellent new app locates items you can buy from Instagram’s trendiest fashion photos.
With 300 daily deals and plenty of coupon codes, Dealnews is a great app to use when you’re looking for the right price at the right time. If you’re not ready to buy on your smartphone, simply save the best deals you find and complete your shopping later at a desktop. Set notifications for items you want and you’ll be one of the first to know when they’re on sale.
Get rewards by simply walking into partner stores and enjoy exclusive deals from Macy’s to Old Navy with this cool app. Whether you’re using Android or your iPhone, you’ll be able to get great prices and end up collecting points (kicks) that you can use to purchase products from any of the affiliated stores. It’s definitely one of the best shopping apps of 2014!
Combining the visual appeal of a magazine with the functionality of a wishlist and the convenience of a store, Fancy is a great app if you’re looking to find the coolest trends and make a purchase right away. With plenty of social options, the iPhone and Android app is a great way to shop for cool things and discover what your friends are buying.
Turning paper fliers into digital coupons, Flipp is one of the best shopping apps of the year if you’re looking to get great discounts without ever touching a real coupon. It’s one of the best shopping apps not only because it allows you to compare prices from different stores, but it also helps you stay on top of all the new deals from the stores you visit often.
One of the best barcode apps ever, The Find is one of the greatest tools for comparing prices. You can even use it to set a price you’re willing to pay for an item and get notified as soon as the discounts set in. If you prefer your shopping apps with gorgeous graphics, try Glimpse by The Find for an excellent shopping experience that turns online deals into your personal shopping catalogs.
With more than 16,000 retailers and 200 million products in its data base, ShopAdvisor is definitely one of the best shopping apps in 2014 thanks to the simple way it helps you get all the info on pricing you need. You can set alerts or simply browse through an item’s price history to know if you’re getting a good deal.
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