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Buy and Sell With a Tap of Your Wrist With eBay's Apple Watch App

Posted by Jessica Fisher on June 10th, 2015
+ Universal & Apple Watch App - Designed for iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch

eBay has officially released the eBay app for the Apple Watch, so now your wrist can buy and sell on the go.

These are Most of the Apple Watch Apps and Games We've Managed to Dig Up So Far (Updated)

Posted by Rob Rich on April 20th, 2015

The Apple Watch is less than a month from hitting store shelves, and once you get your hands on it you're probably going to want some apps and games to install. Fear not! We've compiled a list of all the Apple Watch apps and games we've been able to find so far.



By TheCodingMonkeys

App Store Description:

RULES! is a cute puzzle game that's challenging, fast-paced and fun.

• Choose your preferred type of game: Beginner, Expert or Timeless •

Follow RULES! into a hundred level-deep maze of cuteness and order:

• Multi-touch interface at its finest
• Color perception assistance mode
• Whales, Unicorns, Robots and Squirrels!
• A plethora of surprising new game mechanics

• Includes a daily brain workout mini-game for Apple Watch •

eBay Enhances the Mobile Shopping Experience with new Updates iPhone and iPad apps

Posted by Jessica Fisher on March 16th, 2015
+ Universal & Apple Watch App - Designed for iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch

eBay recently updated their mobile auction app to enhance your selling and buying experience.

Now when you search for something to buy you can also see followed and recent searches in the search bar along with your interests, follows, and favorites that can be seen in an enhanced Following page. If you are selling, you'll be happy to hear that the app now allows you to sell an item with a single tap.

You can download the updated eBay app for free right now.

Introducing the Newly Redesigned eBay App

Posted by Jessica Fisher on December 12th, 2014
iPad App - Designed for iPad

eBay has released an updated version of their online auction app, eBay for iPad. Now you can browse through curated channels to find things like Deals, Fashion, Electronics, and Collectibles.

They've also made it easier to find items with the new View item refresh and have moved sellers’ products to the forefront of their profiles. There is also a new Search landing interface, notification bell on the home screen, and integration Google and Yahoo Ads.

“Our aspiration is to make eBay the most inspiring place to shop,” said RJ Pittman, chief product officer at eBay. “This new experience is aimed at giving sellers the best platform to showcase their products and make it effortless for buyers to discover and engage with their inventory.”

In celebration of the new eBay for iPad, there are some exclusive deals for iPad-centric accessories and "app-cessories." You can find them only on the eBay for iPad app in the collections, which you can download for free now.

Updated eBay App Enhances Mobile Selling and Shopping Experience​s

Posted by Jessica Fisher on September 10th, 2014
+ Universal & Apple Watch App - Designed for iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch

eBay has updated their online auction app to version 3.4.0.

Sellers can now select and donate to their favorite charities via eBay Giving Works when listing items for sale. The new seller features also include buyer's location and the ability to send a payment reminder.

For buyers, eBay has improved search results, made photos larger, and included product reviews for items. You can also find bonus offers from eBay sellers and some items will be available for in-store pick-up, or same-day and scheduled delivery.

You can download the updated eBay app for free.

eBay Valet App Hopes to Make Selling Quicker and Easier

Posted by Ellis Spice on June 19th, 2014
iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad

A new eBay app has arrived on the App Store with the aim of making the act of selling items easier and quicker. eBay Valet connects sellers with valets (eBay experts), who then handle the whole process of estimating the price, taking photos, and shipping items to buyers.

In order to sell an item via the app, firstly the user will need to take a photo of the item and send it to a valet. The valet will then value the item and ask the user if they wish to sell it. If so, the user can then either receive a free box through the post or recycle a box and label they already have and send the item off to be sold. Once the item sells, the user will then get 70% of the proceeds of the sale into their PayPal account.

The eBay Valet app is available on the App Store now and is free to download.

RedLaser Update Adds New Local Tab and More

Posted by Andrew Stevens on April 10th, 2013
iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad

RedLaser – Barcode Scanner, Deal Finder & QR Code Reader, an app that gives you a way to research, shop and buy on your phone, has received a new update. You will now be able to sift through a new local deals tab for special savings at nearby stores. The app will also share coupons, deals and ads from a number of select stores that you are currently visiting, including places like IKEA, Sears, Home Depot, Target and Best Buy.

•A Shopping Experience Catered to You: Open RedLaser in certain Babies“R”US, Toys“R”Us, CVS, GNC, IKEA, Macy’s, Sears, Home Depot, Target, Walgreens or Best Buy store and find everything you need to shop and save, including coupons, deals, weekly circulars and store maps (Walgreens and Home Depot only). You can even opt-in to receive a push alert when the store you’re shopping in has great deals in RedLaser.
•Maps with Easy Search: Open an in-store map of a Walgreens or a selected Home Depot store in RedLaser, search for your product and instantly see a pin on the map indicating the exact location of the product in the store.

Ebay Updates App To Streamline, Simplify Shopping And Selling

Posted by Rob LeFebvre on January 8th, 2013
+ Universal & Apple Watch App - Designed for iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch

Ebay updated its universal iOS app yesterday to help simplify and streamline the process of buying and selling on the go. The new version includes more editing tools, extra guidance on categories, pricing, and shipping, and the ability to save multiple listing drafts.

• iPhone 2.7 and iPad 2.2 feature new advanced search capabilities with auto-complete
• The apps also include an improved checkout experience – it’s faster, easier, and simpler to buy what you want when you want it
• New single-screen view to review and confirm payments so buyers on a mission to make a purchase can get what they want as quickly as possible
• eBay apps for iPhone and iPad now also allow guest checkout, giving first time shoppers the option to pay via credit card, with PayPal still being the quickest option to purchase

• New category, pricing, and shipping guidance make it easier and faster for new sellers to list items
• The apps will now save draft versions of multiple listings so customers can start their listing on an iPhone/iPad and finish on the web and vice versa
• New photo module makes it easier for users to add and edit photos (note: iPhone only)

Zaarly Review

iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad
By Jennifer Allen on March 30th, 2012
Our rating: starstarstarstarblankstar :: SOCIAL ASSISTANCE
Crowd sourcing help, assistance and items all through this community focused form of Craigslist.
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Sell Goods With Socially Minded Marketplace Yardsellr

Posted by Jennifer Allen on September 8th, 2011
iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad

Yardsellr has been quite a success story in recent times. Originally set up by three former eBay executives, Daniel Leffel, Jed Clevenger and Rachel Makool, it's essentially eBay for Facebook.

Unlike the popular auction site, there are no auctions to be seen here. Instead sellers list items at fixed prices in different categories or 'blocks' as the site likes to call it. It's an idea that has proven popular thanks to its Facebook connections making it especially useful for the female demographic that are typically most likely to use the social network. Unlike eBay the fees system also works differently with buyers being charged around ten percent rather than the seller, no doubt proving beneficial to many.

Making Yardsellr a kind of online neighborhood to buy and sell items is a neat touch so it's good to see it spread to the App Store courtesy of the official Yardsellr app.

The app does nearly exactly what any Yardsellr user could want. Currently there's only buying functionality but selling abilities are set to be added in an upcoming update.

For newcomers to the Yardsellr world, it's refreshing to see rather than the impersonal side of selling that eBay offers, Yardsellr has much more of a community spirit with sellers seeming impassioned by the items they're trying to find a new home for. There's also a prevalence of items that will be of great interest to users of selling communities like Etsy with some fantastic hand created bits and pieces being sold alongside more commercially available goods.

Much like the website, it's important to note that Yardsellr is only open to users within the United States. People from other nations had best hope that in the future Yardsellr will be extended further afield. It's great to see something a bit different from the eBay norm flourish so well.

The app is available now for free.

App Store news Round-up for August 12th

Posted by Jeff Scott on August 12th, 2009

Phil Shiller is writing back to Steve Frank about the App Store approval process issues. While we wait for Steve Jobs to return our correspondence, here's the latest from the app store.

More Wolfenstein! The game was originally created by Id Software, ported to the iPhone by Firemint, and now published by EA. Delayed for nearly 2 months so as to not compete with with Wolfenstein 3D, the game was released yesterday at $4.99. A low initial price for an EA release.

It's an interesting idea for a game. Take the Wolfenstein 3D game and add an RPG element to it. Early reader reviews are great. We'll try to have a review up in the next couple days.

Plushed looks lush. Plushed, a new game from Blacksmith Games has a fantastic art style. Platformer + goth + pizza = Plushed? We'll have to wait and see if the gameplay delivers. Take a look at the YouTube video for more. Blacksmith Games is also doing a promo where the more people that follow them on Twitter, the lower the launch price of the game will be. Expected release date is September/October.

Push, bid, push, bid. Ebay have updated their app to include push notifications for outbid alerts and watched items. You still don't have a chance against the snipers though.