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Dude calm down
I’ve seen other reviews on this app and I may understand. I use this app on my laptop and I assume you guys are using on your phones so that may be the issue. Either way I bought air pods that were supposed to cost $150 +Tax and It got reduced to $128. Would and have recommended
Why make a mobile app at all?
I already know that wikibuy works best from your desktop. But why bother even making a mobile app if you can’t use it for anything? Seems like a waste of time and resources by the company to do that. Since I’m not going to carry a laptop everywhere, I’ll go with a company that invests in its mobile technology. This isn’t the only company that offers this service.
However, if you’re the person that only orders things to purchase from your home (or work if you’re like me and prefer to keep your laptop safely stored in a computer safe at work), it’s a good desktop software. I just question their business model since they don’t invest properly in mobile tech. You can’t even do the most basic things, such as sign up, on a mobile browser. I don’t like being forced to go back and forth between devices.
I will admit, I have not used this app at all. But
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.