WalmartLabs launches Shopycat, a gift suggestion Shopycat app for Facebook.
Not sure what you should get friends or family, Shopycat will dynamically serve up gifts for each of the members of your social graph. The app takes the data for targeting and seems to be fairly accurate. However, if you find an appropriate gift, the app takes you out of Facebook to the Walmart website.
7 For All Mankind helps shoppers but right from the Facebook wall.
While not an app, 7 For All Mankind is using 8thBridge and has F-commerce living within the wall the posts. A shopper can scroll through clothing and complete the purchase all within the wall. And to any shoppers delight, you don’t have to apply any code as it’s embedded in any purchase made through Facebook.
Navigate the mall and never get lost with FastMall.
The free FastMall app helps you navigate the mall through interactive maps that can tell you anything from restrooms, exits and elevators. And it helps you through every turn without the use of WiFi or GPS.
ShopSavvy and ShopTell keep product, store info at your fingertips.
ShopSavvy will read bar codes and give you product price comparisons, maps for finding the store, reviews and more.
ShopTell reads barcodes, but has additional functionality. Just snap the front of the package and it will also serve up all the quintessential information and allow you to purchase the product right from your phone.
The TGIBlackFriday app helps you search Black Friday deals.
No longer do you have to wait for Black Friday to do all of your shopping, the TGIBlackFriday.com app will send you alerts every time a new deal is announced. Moms will never miss a deal.
iFeast helps you make sure every meal is ready at the same time.
With so many dishes to prepare all with different timing, what’s a mom to do? Well the iFeast app helps you coordinate it all.
Do you have a favorite app? Let me know and I’ll add it to this list.