iPhone users in Europe and countries other than the US now have access to a new comparison shopping engine for the iPhone from Twenga. The application is intended to let consumers compare prices online before buying in stores.
Starting today iPhone users in six countries can get the Twenga iPhone Application including UK, France, Germany, Spain, Italy, and The Netherlands. Users can check the price of a product online before buying and read specs, reviews and more.
Twenga offers users 500,000 different products from some of the most popular brands in the world. US users who wish for something similar can get the Amazon.com application released recently. The Amazon app isn’t a real comparison search engine, but it offers interesting features nonetheless to help you find better prices online and get information on a product.
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