Find new items first on eBay™ before anyone else. BayWatch monitors eBay and alerts you as new items are found. Simply create your watch, and BayWatch will alert you as new items matching your search are found on eBay. BayWatch also lets you simply browse eBay. No need to jump back and forth between eBay and BayWatch. View eBay item details, price, bids, description, pictures, and simply tap on Shop Now to head over to eBay and purchase. Watch individual eBay items that interest you, and receive alerts before the eBay listing ends, allowing you to check your bid and win. The essential app for finding rarely listed eBay items, and getting bargains at the best price. Find new eBay items first with BayWatch.
Good support team. Could offer more than 3 mo subscription. But that’s just mho
It’s great, but for some reason I get a fair number of false positives. I get a notification and an app badge, but when I open it there are no new items. Also, why are there no longer subscription options? It’s rather pricey, and it feels like I’m constantly paying due to the longest subscription being 3 months.
Update: I was able to contact support through their general email address. They replied speedily. I was told that although they don’t have an in app backup option all of my app data should be backed up and preserved as long as I have the app set to backup with my iOS iCloud backup. Also the contact support button only works if you have the iOS mail app setup with an email account. Because I’ve bypasses the iOS mail app entirely that is why the contact support button doesn’t work for me. Excellent support service and still enjoying the app! I am really enjoying this app and love all of the specific search details it allows you to input. I’m paying for the premium service for 15 min searches. Totally worth it. However, I’m trying to find a way to backup my searches so I don’t end up losing them if I lose my phone or need to reinstall app. I have nearly a hundred searches and losing them would be devastating due to the amount of time and research I’ve put in them for my business. When trying to contact support within app I click the button in the settings but it does nothing. Not sure how to get in touch with support to find out if it is possible to backup searches.
App states it must be open in background to work and not force close it. So I force close it. A few hours later… I’m getting notifications. So does it open itself up or was the statement untrue? It can only be one or the other. And why doesn’t the list have a link to open the item? The share button has a bunch of irrelevant text. I should just be Able to click the listing and be redirected to web or eBay app.
Top rated service and function. This is one of my most used apps and it does what it was developed for beautifully. Easily set up searches tailored for the items you are looking for! Thank you so much!
I’ve saved a lot of money buying things on eBay and even more with the help of this app
Great app. I have dozens of searches on it. I’d love the ability to pause searches without having to delete and recreate them, since sometimes my priorities shift around with what I need to search for right now. Worth the money though.
So there’s something you really want to find but can’t sit in front of your browser all day long. BayWatch will find it. It’s simple and allows you to utilize all of eBay’s filters to narrow your search. Done. What a thrill it is to hear that little “ping” and see what the app has found! Just wish it would tell you in the notification but currently you have to open the app to see which search produced results. To determine it, you must search (and squint) for a tiny little red number within your list, so the interface is not quite as user friendly as it could be. Also, you can’t select the notification sound, which tends to be the same one a LOT of other apps use, so sometimes you’ll get a feeling of false alarm. Perhaps the most helpful feature that’s missing is you can’t label your searches. Instead, the app simply lists your search word(s), so if you’re searching, for example, for several different parts by a cryptic model number, you have to remember what goes to what without an opportunity to notate. Overall though, the app is the best I’ve found for the purpose!