No worky Can filter for the item(s) you're looking to procure. Unfortunately, it does not tell you anything about availability or notify you as promised. App Fail.
Well, the ads work but nothing else. Not impressed.
Works perfectly! Notified me when the nexus 5 was in stock. I have been waiting to buy one for a long time, and this app woke me up and I was able to buy. Very happy :)
Highly useful app — if only until you make a purchase I decided to purchase the Nexus 6 but soon realized wireless carriers only offer the 32GB, Midnight Blue variant. Want 64GB of memory? Want the Cloud White model? You have to go through Google Play or Motorola directly or buy via a third-party website like Amazon and risk your carrier not activating your N6 when it arrives. While researching my purchase, I noted Google Play often showed no inventory for the 64GB/Cloud White version. This was the case on Friday afternoon. A Google search indicated N6 stock is replenished on Wednesdays but also quick to sell out. That same search turned up this app, which automates the tedious process of pinging Google Play. I installed the app on my current smartphone and selected all four N6 versions (plus Chromecast) to ensure the app worked. (At that moment, Google Play listed the 32GB, Midnight Blue N6 and Chromecast as being in stock.) The device quickly verified what I knew to be true and so I set the app's refresh rate to one per hour. Within an hour, my smartphone notified me that the 64GB/Cloud White variant was in stock. Within five minutes, I had placed my order.
It works!! What more can you say? First Wednesday I had it running at 1 minute checks, I got my alert that the 64gb White Nexus 6 was in stock, jumped on the page and it will be here Monday. Yes it does suck down data, but there is no other way it has to hit that site over and over.
Worth the ads, works sometimes I've had this app installed for a while now, and I just got a notification that stock was available. It's not that the app does not work well. Google's stocks can actually run out completely between refresh periods, which means the app will never see a restock of devices. Out of all the systems I used to check N6 stock, this was the only one to notify me fast enough to actually buy the phone. Fully reliable or not, it's the only one that has worked. Ads are a little too intrusive with the popups, which can actually still popup if you've recently exited the app.
2.0 : Google Store support & New design
Support new devices
1.17 : Fix Nexus 6 bug
1.15 : Add new devices !
1.14 : Change app name
Remove Nexus 7 & Nexus 10 products
1.13 : Add Wear products !
Saves power button by using proximity sensor for turning the screen on.