Black Friday apps aid shoppers plan their bargain hunting attack long before the biggest shopping day of the year arrives. Apple users no longer have to run around town buying newspapers to find the best deals of the day. Multiple free apps offer an organized listing of door buster sales at the Christmas shopper’s fingertips.
The shopping apps encourage Black Friday fans to plan their day weeks in advance. Although November has just begun, sales ads are already being “leaked” via the iTunes downloads and their companion websites. Those hoping to score deals on some of the most popular items can also find both online only and brick-and-mortar ads featuring sales which occur before the biggest shopping day of the year.
Most of the applications functions in the same manner and offer the same types of convenience for users. Since the downloads are free, users can download as many as they have space for and make sure no stone is left unturned during the journey for holiday bargains.
The TGI Black Friday app by Ecatcher features ads from a host of stores, including Target, Best Buy, Walmart, and Sears. Users can create a personalized shopping list and receive push notifications when new deals are posted. The platform also allows users to compare prices to make sure they are getting the best available deal.
The Deals.com Black Friday app also features all the ads from major retailers and allows users to create a Christmas shopping list. The platform permits shoppers to click directly to store websites and helps locate stores in their vicinity.
The BFAds.net app allows users to browse bargains by either store or category. Users can also compare prices and create a shopping list to guide them on the quest for major deals. The app’s offline mode permits users to continue to view their shopping list even without a Wi-Fi signal.
Best Black Friday Deals app by RV AppStudios LLC showcases ads relating to both the biggest shopping day of the year and also on Cyber Monday. Users can also search for discount coupons and frequent updates.