Save Time and Money with RedLaser!

We all want to the lowest possible price for each product we purchase. RedLaser, an  great phone app will do just this, and do it very well.

RedLaser is a free application for your smartphone that can  save you a lot of money. With a super fast barcode scanner, RedLaser will scan your desired products’ barcode and return the cheapest prices from the internet as well as from local retailers.

Just open the RedLaser app click scan and hold your phone up so it can read the barcode on the product you are searching for. For my first run I tried a nail polish.

RedLaser has now grabbed all of the cheapest prices from Google and has displayed it to use sorting from lowest to highest. RedLaser  grabs prices from Google, thefind and eBay searching to make sure you have the absolute lowest price.

You can look for the best online or local price and the app also provides product details and reviews, how cool it that! RedLaser makes it easy to compare prices online and at local retailers, so you’ll know you’re getting the best deal. Or if you have a hard to find item use RedLaser to find out which stores stock what you’re looking for by searching for a product locally. No need to drive around town searching for what you need!

But RedLaser doesn’t stop being helpful there you can use it to create shopping lists (or wish lists!) and easily share them with friends and family via email, SMS, Twitter and Facebook. Or scan a food item to get allergen and ingredient information.

In short, RedLaser is a fantastic free application which could  help you save time and money. Whether you’re out and about shopping, or at home wanting to see if you can find cheap prices, RedLaser will prove to be you’re ultimate companion.

Download the RedLaser app here for free!


 

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post for SheSpeaks/RedLaser, all opinions are 100% my own and honest.


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