Awesome Idea, lousy info Awesome Idea, someone really put a lot of thought into this design. But the app has a lousy library of price info. Located all the businesses, but no price info. Here's an idea to make this better and more USER friendly: 1 - In the free version let users have access to ALL the categories and the option to enter their own category. 2 - Give the user the option of entering their own price they find, and a different quantities. IE* a 3 pack of Hanes briefs from Wal-Mart for one price VS a 12 pack a Sam's club.
Not very good at all. Only offers one year (2009) when doing a used car search. Uninstall.
Needs work. Mainly participation by dealers. Doesn't know all the dealers in the area. Not even 15 miles away? I do not see dealers wanting to do this
2 stars for the idea; 1/2 for function. Attorney list included travel agency, MN Twins, US Bank along with real attorneys -- none had prices or bids.
Very smart app., it is a little difficult to understand how it works in the begining though
5 start potential, will add stars as more categories are added. Current categories: cars, hotels, attorneys. Can't wait for additions, very smart idea
The USPTO issued patent No. 8,533,097 for our platform on September 10, 2013.
The USPTO issued patent No. 8,655,771 on Feb. 18 2014.
Patent continuation application No. 14/080,610 was filed with the USPTO on November 14, 2013.
The above cover "The price depot" app, and several other apps. like code scanning apps., shopping lists, digital wallets, digital coupons, deals, price matching, loyalty cards, targeted ads, proximity, location, RFID NFC, maps and more.