- Jan 17, 2010
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Hello my name is Dan and I'm an eBay junkie. If I'm not browsing a forum reading or posting messages, you can probably find me at eBay. From Gadgets to Camera Gear, to Cars, to Trucks, to ATVs, to Motorcycles I'm always looking for a deal. One of the first apps I downloaded today after receiving my unit was eBay for iPad. This new eBay application is designed and optimized specifically for the iPad and best of all, it's free.
Once loaded, the first thing you'll notice is a clean and completely new interface displaying the daily deals. Using the search bar to quickly punch in a keyword, I was off searching for cars in no time. It quickly displayed items relevant to my search in a beautiful magazine style layout. From the results page, there is a top navigation bar that offers you a few more options to narrow down your search results. A couple of taps and my results were narrowed down to exactly the category I was interested in. While browsing through the car auctions, I felt more like I was browsing through an "Auto Classifieds" magazine with only much more detail. One click on an item lets you view the entire description, access the photo gallery, view seller feedback and place a bid.
After using Ebay for iPad, I can honestly say this app combined with the portability of the iPad is superior to browsing on a desktop, laptop, or netbook computer. The eBay for iPad experience is streamlined, colorful, and simpler to use than ever before! It also features integrated access to My eBay that makes it easy for members to quickly check on an auction or monitor sales activity from wherever their iPad has taken them.
For more information, visit: eBay for iPad for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad on the iTunes App Store