No thanks I can just type it into google
Don’t down load if you don’t want to buy as soon as you download it charges a monthly fee but it doesn’t tell you that until you download I would think that they would warn you before charging without a price shown
I never used ur app before, just downloaded it months ago, when it was considered a free app. Today, while sitting in Labor Day traffic, I scanned my favorite 2 liter beverage. I figured since I was already in traffic, I could see what store had it the cheapest. Scanning worked well, hence the one star. Then your app wants to charge me, no thanks pal. I got a phone, I’ll just call some stores since I’m sitting in traffic anyway.
Waited five minutes to scan a barcode and when it did scan it was the wrong thing
Great App, Works well to find quick prices!
Fast,accurate, and convenient. Highly recommend!
I just downloaded the app trying to scan a package of compression fittings. It’s nothing out of the ordinary, but every search after it scanned the barcode came back with no results. So, just to test the app, I attempted to scan my deodorant. Unfortunately, the app wouldn’t scan it, rather the pop-up prompting me to purchase the pro version popped up. Once I X’d out of the pop-up and tried to scan my deodorant again, the pop-up returned. This happened 5 times before I finally gave up. (Never even scanning my Degree deodorant in order to see if any results would show up.) Due to this ridiculousness 2 minutes after downloading the app, I’m now deleting it from my iPad; and my search for a reliable barcode scanner continues. *EDIT* I just noticed that the “featured” bad review on the home page for this app in the App Store showed the EXACT SAME PROBLEM I had, and that review was from a YEAR AGO!! That just reassures me that I did the right thing by deleting the app, because it’s obvious the developers don’t give af about their customers. (And they didn’t respond to the person reviewing either!) It’s apparent that the “problem” we both encountered (by only being able to scan ONE THING before being bombarded with the pop-up “asking” me to purchase the pro version isn’t a “problem” after all. The code for this app is written to only scan one thing before being forced to either sign up for the “trial” pro version, or don’t use the app. Since this was purposely coded to only scan one item, and the developers don’t care about the negative reviews complaining about that, then there’s no way in hell I’ll trust them. It’ll probably be like a lot of things that you sign up for a trial, and it’s next to imossible to cancel. There’s NO WAY all of the positive reviews are legitimate.
Good app but I have tremors so I am unable to hold the iPhone steady enough to use it.
At some point since I installed it the app was changed to insist that I upgrade to “premium”. Bait and switch. I’ll find something else.