The Sccope and The AisleBuyer

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Saturday, August 21, 2010

The Sccope is an online device that can be used to check the prices of different items. You can compare the prices and browse the different categories to find cheaper items. The categories include music, gaming, electronics, books, and home and garden. On your phone, the camera will activate and you can scan the bar code. This will tell you the price of the item. The application can be used on the Blackberry and the iPhone. This application is great for price checking and comparisons.

There is another great application available for shoppers. This application is called the AisleBuyer. This is used for customers in the store shopping. They can scan their own bar code when they are shopping, which eliminates the need to go through the check outs. The store that you are shopping in has to have the application in order for it to work. You can also pay for your items using AisleBuyer. The application sends the items you will be paying for to the checkout system, then you can pay for your items. The stores using AisleBuyer can also send you different coupons and promotions right to your phone. They can also give you information on the different products. This is an excellent application, and would make shopping much easier.

The only problem with using the AisleBuyer, would be the store having to fully trust all of their customers. It could cause many problems with theft. People could steal from the store and it would be hard to tell what they have paid for and what they have not. This is a great application and could become a major trend someday.

The Sccope is similar to other applications that have the same price checking capabilities. The Sccope is charging the customers and there are other applications that are free.

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