3 Best Shopping Apps

AliExpress Shopping App

AliExpress Shopping App

Appsreview Score:
97/100 Points
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Pros:

  • Millions of trendy, unique products
  • Find what you want quickly with our easy search tool
  • Constant c

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  • Millions of trendy, unique products
  • Find what you want quickly with our easy search tool
  • Constant coupon giveaways, discounts, flash & super deals
  • Free shipping on over 75% of our products
  • Order management & automatic shipment notifications
  • Buyer Protection on all your purchases
  • Secure online payments
  • Personalized feeds with products picked out especially for you

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Cons:

  • Sometimes buggy

Bottom Line:

AliExpress is a global marketplace providing the opportunity to buy products from manufacturers in China. Products on the site are sold in retail and small wholesale.

Uplay

Uplay

Appsreview Score:
98/100 Points
User Rating

Pros:

  •  Keeps all your Ubisoft games in a single launcher
  •  Rewards bought with currency are a nice gesture that rarely throw gameplay balance off

Cons:

  • The whole interface offers little to the player, serving more as a nuisance than a boon
  •  Uses way too much memory

Bottom Line:

Uplay is a digital distribution, digital rights management, multiplayer and communications service developed by Massive Entertainment to provide an experience similar to the achievements/trophi

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Uplay is a digital distribution, digital rights management, multiplayer and communications service developed by Massive Entertainment to provide an experience similar to the achievements/trophies offered by various other game companies. The service is provided across various platforms (PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Wii U, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Facebook, iOS, Android, Windows Phone, OnLive).

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Walgreens

Walgreens

Appsreview Score:
96/100 Points
User Rating

Pros:

  • Fast printing.
  • Basic online image editing.
  • Grabs photos from social networks for printing.
  • Online album sharing.

Cons:

  • Print quality and colors don’t measure up to the competition.
  • More expensive than some competitors.

Bottom Line:

If you need your photos todayWalgreens is a viable option, though you won’t get the best color rendering or quality paper. Nor is it the cheapest: You can save some money if you order at Snapfish or Nations, our top picks for value and print quality, respectively.