Consumr Reviews Product Barcode Scanner
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Consumr is the ultimate product guide. Discover the best products, see reviews, and compare prices from strollers to toys and everything in between!
*Supports barcodes & QR code scanning*
Read reviews, discover what's hot, see prices and contribute your own ratings to the biggest mobile community of reviewers!
The NY Times: "A slick app for reviews"
TechCrunch: "Yelp for products"
USA Today: "Handy shopping companion"
Note: Barcode Scanning not supported on iPod Touch 4th Gen
What's New in Version 3.5
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**She said yes! Thanks everyone for all your support!**
3 smart new features are now available:
-Beta: Smart filters: 100% overhauled, smarter, and simpler.
-Smart Personalization: For our new users, it's easier for us to personalize your product suggestions
-Smarter "Penfold" Features Engine: He'll pick better results, DM!
-Fixed bugs with search (SimCity Hooray!)
Consumer Reviews Product Barcode Scanner
This is a great shopping guide application to have. With the app users can discover items from all types of categories whether they be electronics, personal care, home goods or almost anything else. Users can pull up products and view ratings, read reviews and compare them with others. Users can also use the barcode scanner to pull up information on a particular item. The app has a bright blue color tone with quick navigation that allows you to get from one category to another. This is a app all shoppers should have.
Needs section to store history
A list of what you scan should be kept so that if I want to refer to that item again I can do so without having to rescan it.
I like that this app has its own loyal following, but it should be able to gather data add reviews from other sources so that the information is more complete. Users can then contribute in other ways such as making corrections where errors are found.
Wonderful app but somewhat confusing
I love the app and it works well and is easy to work with. The concept is very easy to understand and it is easy to get points. I am just confused as to where the points go after you get them all.