Get The Best Price In Shopping With Free Frugalytics v1.0 For Your BlackBerry

May 26, 2009 | By | 11 Comments


The BlackBerry Sync Store has a variety of software, much of which is free. We know some of the best things in life are free, and many of us are learning to be frugal and shrewd when it comes to shopping and pricing. With that being said,  let me introduce you to the Free Frugalytics v1.0-Shopping For Smart People by Intelary Inc. 

I know there are times when we’re shopping and even spend some time going from store to store pricing an item. Well with Frugalytics, you can save that time. Look up specific items, read reviews and even which stores have the best price. You can search millions of products to compare prices, read descriptions, and reviews. Comparison shopping is now in the palm of your hand. It is an intelligent shopping resource which will save you time and money. You can rest assured knowing that you are getting the best deal for your money. The best thing besides the assistance it lends our shopping life, is that it’s created to be a lightweight and easy to use application and it doesn’t slow down your phone and its OS. Frugalytics by Intelary Inc also informed me that they are currently working on local shopping results (a subsequent tie to GPS), deal alerts, and country specific versions for international users. I can see Black Friday being more of a happy day with less stress already.

Use of the application is very easy. The icon is a green square with a white F in the middle. When scrolled over it has sun ray patterns, click on it and it loads immediate access to the Frugalytic$ mobile site where you can either search by categories there or search a name or ID in the search bar. It’s just that easy, and Frugalytics will display the results. Give it a shop, after all, what have you got to lose when you have money you can save?

There are two ways to access the app, to download it to your BlackBerry, or to use the Frugalytics mobile web interface.

Grab Your Free Copy of Frugalytics v1.0 from the BlackBerry Sync Store >

In case that link doesn’t work, here’s the OTA link to download straight from your phone: Frugalytics OTA

Minimum requirements are the BlackBerry OS v4.2.

Compatible devices are: 7130c, 7130e, 7130g, 7130v, 8100 (Pearl), 8110 (Pearl), 8120 (Pearl), 8130 (Pearl), 8220 (Pearl Flip), 8300 (Curve), 8310 (Curve), 8320 (Curve), 8330 (Curve), 8350i (Curve), 8700c, 8700f, 8700g, 8700r, 8700v, 8703e, 8705g, 8707g, 8707h, 8707v, 8800, 8820, 8830, 8900 (Curve), 9000 (Bold), Curve, Pearl, Storm

OS:  4.2, 4.3, 4.5, 4.6, 4.7

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  • DavidB

    App? Thus isn’t an “app”. Its just a launcher icon that takes you to a web site.

    Sure it is nice to have quick access to a shooting comparison site, but passing it off as an actual app is a stretch.

  • DavidB

    That should have been “shopping comparison site” but for stupid Storm keyboard…

  • Susan C

    Thank you DavidB for the correction, I know it’s a launcher, I didn’t mean to confuse the app with the launcher, and a site. I’m going to have to pay more attention to my wording. I’ll make sure I note that in future posts between apps and launchers.

  • DavidB

    Susan, its not just you. I don’t know where it starting but even App World itself offers “apps” that are merely launchers. Some even CHARGE the $2.99 minimum for a freaking launcher!

    But yeah, it IS important to note the difference.

  • Mirz

    Facebook’s iphone application is actually a web application. In fact, many of the most popular iphone apps use this model. It’s called a thin-client app. The component residing on the phone gives access to the OS.

    This is possible for BlackBerry as well. A simple example is doing an http post with device GPS lat/longs for use in location based features of the web app. Or you can build a full out wrapper around the web app and offer client side buttons.

    I find thin client apps tend to perform better than their heavier client side counterparts. And annoying upgrades aren’t as necessary. If it’s optimized for use with the device in question, what’s the difference? It’s still an app.

  • Larry Singer

    I don’t know where BlackBerry Sync is located, but I live in BC, Canada. I downloaded the app/launcher, only to find that it works only for USA locations. What is Canada – an afterthought? Please don’t provide these reviews to a Canadian owned reader {Viigo – but they don’t care anyway}, and then allow us to be duped into downloading a >500kb app/launcher.

  • Jay

    ^ lol… what a jerk!

    It doesn’t work for US locations only. It provides data from web based stores – most which ship to Canada.

    There’s more US users of Viigo than Canadian ones.

    It’s less than 15kb.

  • Larry Singer

    Sorry all; I didn’t realoize I was on the Frugalytics page. My comments apply to GoodFoodNearYou.

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