January 12

What You Can Do With The Bargainmoose Deals App

Posted by on January 12, 2012 at 5:00 PM

What You Can Do With The Bargainmoose Deals App

There are a number of Bargainmoosers that like to check the site from their cellphones. You might have noticed that we’ve actually released an iOS and an Android version of Bargainmoose, which you can use on your smartphones. I wanted to tell you a little bit more about the app, hopefully to encourage you to make use of it.

What you can do with the Bargainmoose deals app:

  • View blog & comments
  • View deals forums & comments
  • Receive push notifications for new deals
  • Set a minimum temperature threshold for deal notifications
  • Choose times when not to be notified i.e. sleep time

There you have it! They’re the basic features for now, and we will be adding more options in the next version.

Right now, it’s perfect if you want to browse Bargainmoose from your cellphone when you’re on the bus to work, or perhaps catch up on the deals during your lunchbreak!

Lately on Bargainmoose, there have been quite a lot of short-lived deals – some that last only an hour or two (if even). If you’ve got the handy app running on your cellphone, you’ve got a better chance of grabbing all those great deals, and not missing out.

Get it now on iOS or Android!

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8 Comments to “What You Can Do With The Bargainmoose Deals App”

  1. Liz says:

    Any plans to release the app for BlackBerry too?

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  4. JJ says:

    What about Android?

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  6. Don Kirkwood says:

    What App? It’s not on the Appstore.

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