eBay has updated their mobile app for Android to version 2.7. According to the eBay team, the interface has been freshened up to help make it easier for buyers to find the items they are looking for. A key part of that is the inclusion of larger photos to go with improved search results. eBay added some new features and functions as well. The app now provides in-app notifications for buying and selling actions. eBay says the new app will also let buyers take advantage of bonus offers.
IFTTT, the app that automates smartphone or tablet tasks, now has an eBay channel. With a channel connected to eBay, users can collect information about what they are searching for and basically have it exported to another service. Some of the examples IFTTT notes are sending results from searches to yourself in an email, Pushbullet, Drive, and OneNote. For the Drive command, a spreadsheet is automatically composed and OneNote makes a page with your results.
Another addition, while smaller, is commands involving a rain gauge with a Netatmo Weather Station. With this, IFTTT will send you email results for rainfall measurements.
Source: IFTTT Blog
Cyber Monday, the biggest online shopping day of the year, is finally here— eBay has a ton of great offers on its site, and the Nexus 7 sale certainly doesn’t fall short.
Manufacturer-refurbished 16GB Nexus 7′s are going for $169 with free shipping, and new 32GB models are going for only $229.
This is actually a pretty excellent deal on both tablets, and you may not want to pass up on such a great offer from two eBay retailers. Hit the break for links to eBay to get yourself a Nexus 7 for super-cheap.
Sure us average folk won’t be enjoying a pair of Google Glasses anytime soon, but it appears that certain individuals may get their chance to grab their sweaty mitts on one— that is, if you’re ballin’. A casual seller on online marketplace eBay claims to have in his possession a prized developer model that is now up for sale. As of now, there are a mere 38 bids— but the auction price is currently placed at a whopping $95,000. Sheesh.
Google probably won’t let this particular auction go too far considering the developer versions of the device were not intended for sale. But hey— here’s hoping the lucky winner will end up getting the glasses and being able to be just a little bit cooler than all of his or her friends for the time being.
Let’s face it— we know that there’s more than a few of you who still haven’t gotten the awesome Nexus 7 tablet— but there’s a deal out there right now that’s really itching to grab your attention. There’s a eBay listing out there from user buydig that highlights a sweet little Nexus 7 bundle which includes the powerhouse tablet, some earphones, a $30 gift card and a $30 Visa gift card— all for $259 bucks. Oh and to top it all off— buydig is even going to toss in free shipping for those of you who want to save an extra buck or two. Pretty sweet, right?
There are limited quantities of the bundle left, so interested parties will want to head on down to the source link and grab one for themselves ASAP.
via: Droid Life
Perhaps you’ve been holding off on pulling the trigger on Google and ASUS’ latest co-creation in hopes that a solid deal would come along. Well, today may be the day that sets your purchasing decision over the edge. Currently, authorized ASUS dealer “buydig” is selling the 32GB Nexus 7 through eBay for just $230. That’s a savings of around $45, considering the seller will ship it to you free of charge. So, if you’re planning on picking up one of these bad boys as a Christmas gift for a friend, or simply want to treat yourself, hit the source link below. C’mon, you deserve it.
As many Nexus 4 customers are being forced to wait until 2013 to get their hands on the new device, eBay has found it necessary to impose sales restrictions on the stock Android 4.2 smartphone. The online retailer usually warrants these types of restrictions to prevent fraudulent listings from being posted, most often for items that have overwhelming demand.
Had your eye on Samsung’s new 5.5-inch Galaxy Note, but been hesitant to embrace the unlocked model’s $799 price point? Well, eBay’s Daily Deals is having a sale on the newfangled phablet, offering the unlocked 16GB international model for $579.99 off-contract, in your choice of grey or white. This particular variant will support 3G on HSDPA 850/900/1900/2100 bands, meaning both T-Mobile and AT&T’s networks will be suitable.
The Galaxy Note II sports a 1.6GHz quad-core processor, a 5.5-inch Super AMOLED display with a 1280 x 720 resolution and an 8-megapixel rear-facing camera. The new model also comes equipped with a revitalized S-Pen, which has been enhanced to offer more precise and accurate functionality. As with most other Samsung handsets, the device’s storage is expandable via MicroSD, so having enough space shouldn’e be an issue. Hit the source link below to get in on the action.
Like many people, I do a little buying and selling on eBay from time to time, so it would stand to reason I would have the eBay Android app installed on my phone and tablet. Using the app was always easy, but… how can I put this nicely… it looked like what an app would look like if it were made in the 90′s. Yeah, not at all modern.
But today eBay brought themselves back into this century with the release of version 2.0. The new modern look is clean, simple, and very usable. The face lift is not the only thing eBay added. They also added eBay Motors support, bidding history, and more. Hit the break for the full changelog and a screenshot.
A couple of days ago the folks over at Daily Steals, a Woot-like venture, put an HTC One X on the site for $630 bucks and drove the world to madness because of how cheap the device was. Well, like a shark catching the scent of blood a mile away, the online retailer is tossing up another device for the same price. Only this time, they’ve listed the monster quad-core handset on eBay. If you think the price is right, head on over to the popular online auction’s site and buy it now til your hearts content. Enjoy. Hit the break for a quick video demo and to check out the specs of the device.