I purchased the ad free version. This app has a search feature which allows you to "Ignore items containing these words". This is an important feature for me. Unfortunately, after trying for about an hour, I found this feature impossible to use. if this were not the case, I would have given this app 5 stars.
If you don't have the ebay app (which is far more comprehensive, easier to navigate and with better options) and really want to save about half the space that takes up (about a 20 MB difference), this could be useful, but only in conjunction with a separate barcode scanner that is no better than the one that comes with the ebay app, and considerably more buggy / less accurate. The only advantage to this is seeing actual recently sold metrics, which may or may not have some meaning. Searching for items with this app minus the barcode scanner is futile. Side note: All the free scanners I've tested are poor to mediocre compared to the dynamic and reliable one that comes with the Amazon Seller app. Unfortunately, I'm boycotting Amazon and so I cannot recommend it on principle.
Has some glitches but aids in fast on the spot purchases. Farther research is needed for more accurate price and ebay sellability.
I like this app! I use it often to help determine if an item is worth buying to sell and helps me price items to sell.
This app was a huge disappointment and a complete waste of my time. It's extremely easy to use is my only positive input about it. Everything I did a search to get a value of came back valued at; between a couple of dollars up to a high value of under $75 maximum. And somehow I think my 16" strand of genuine freshwater pearls, my commercial Minolta EP3000 copy machine, and a 1964 Ford Mustang car in excellent condition all have a lot in common. (They are all worth quite a bit more than between $2 and $75 dollars.) Therefore, I am uninstalling this app immediately and will do my absolute level best to get over being insulted by the app informing me that bosoms are not we worth any more than $50.79 at maximum, (and in fact that was for 6 of them), I only have 2 but I'm pretty sure my pair of all real 42DDD's should command a little more respect than an app saying their worth less than $20 for both of them. Sorry to be so blunt but I wanted to see what the app would respond with and was not pleased to see it spit back out a value for something that it should have rejected as invalid search data. And it did that twice, giving a value of $0 to something I'm pretty sure my boyfriend values a heck of a lot (I know I certainly do!!), that also, should have been rejected as an invalid search. Needless to say, I think a 1 star rating for this app is extremely generous given the experience I had with attempting to use it.
It reminded me I've been using this app for 7 days now. But that doesn't mean I used hundred times. So I didn't gave it five stars.
- Fixed rare crashes
- User interface improvements
- Warning for redirects to advertising websites inside item details
- Fixed price formatting for ebay.ch and ebay.fr
- New condition "for parts or not working"
- Internal optimization
- Barcode scanner integration (requires the free ZXing Barcode Scanner app)
- Sort items in result list
- Stability improvements
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