WenWM · Mar 7, 2010 at 12:59 pm

BrightBuyr Price Comparison App Available

The Android Marketplace is populated with many different price comparison applications, this new application does that really well. The new application is called BrightBuyr, and the developer senab has done very well with the design and functions, he even provided a video preview.

Originally posted by senab

Currently it has nearly all the features that ShopSavvy has including searching, barcode scanning and price alerts. I’ve tried to keep the UI standard Android as much as possible, and I think it runs a bit quicker than ShopSavvy. Currently it’s UK only, but I plan to make it more global friendly as soon as possible. It’s also Donut (1.6) or newer due to me using some Donut only features (Search mainly).

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