Whether you're planning to hit the stores on Black Friday or stay home and shop online, you need a plan. These Android apps will keep you up to date on Black Friday deals, find nearby stores, and in some cases, place orders. Get ready to save big on one of the most popular shopping days of the year. All of these apps are free, so you can download as many as you want and decide which one fits your needs best. Not an Android? Don't worry, iPhone users can get in on the action too.
BFAds Black Friday app
Like its iPhone counterpart, the Android version of the BFAds app alerts you to leaked Black Friday fliers and other news and lets you set up a shopping list (pictured). When you conduct a search within the app, you can sort by store, category and price. You can also sign up for push notifications. If you have an account with BFads, you can sync your mobile shopping list with the website.
Black Friday App by Dealnews.com
Browsing Black Friday deals and doorbusters has never been this easy. Whether you are traveling or back home, this app from Dealnews allows you to find stores nearby with just a few taps. Should you prefer buying online, you can do that, and compare prices, too. If you’re not ready to purchase, just save items to your shopping list or share it with friends and family via Twitter, Facebook or Email.
Black Friday 2012 Ads
Brought to you by BlackFriday.fm, the Black Friday 2012 Ads app provides you with a newsfeed of deals, allowing you to stay updated on the latest discounts. In addition, you can browse results by stores and categories, and add your favorite items to a shopping list. Click on an individual item to view more information, and to purchase it directly online.
TGI Black Friday
Everyone will be scrambling for discounts on the big day. This app gives you early access, allowing you to create a shopping list ahead of time. You can share this list via email, or share individual deals on Facebook, Twitter or Google+. Ad scans, in turn, can be downloaded in PDF format.