Developer: iwascoding GmbH
Current Version: 3.2
Last Updated: 3 years ago
Download Size: 7.9 MB - Download
GarageBuy helps you find, track, and purchase items on eBay.
GarageBuy lets you know when new items appear in your saved searches and marks viewed items as read.
Here are GarageBuy's key benefits:
- Setup saved searches on 16 different eBay Sites
- Synchronizes viewed items and searches with GarageBuy for iPhone and iPad through iCloud
- Place bids and purchase items from multiple eBay account
- Marks viewed items as 'read' so you can concentrate on what's new
- Automatically adds Calendar alerts when watched items end
- Officially certified by eBay
If you have more questions, please visit our website or drop us a line at [email protected]
- fixed compatibility issue with OS X Yosemite
Most Helpful Reviews
Wow, the reviews don - This is a fantastic eBay app. I like being able to quickly search for items, sort them and save the search query for later. This app doesn't use as many resources as browsing eBay in a web browser, and I can find exactly what I'm looking for without having to click through a bunch of pages. I like the built-in calendar and scripting functionality, e.g. I can add specific auctions to iCal with a click of the button. Has been stable for me on Mountain Lion 10.8 using GarageBuy 2.1.3. Thanks iwascoding!
Awful - Horrible interface, no way to log out, no way to sort based on different criteria. EBay's site is a lot better than this. Even if it is free, don't waste your time. More important, DON'T hand over your eBay login credentials without knowing more about this program.
More Reviews for Current Version
Pretty much useless - Hard to believe, but there is no list or table view, which makes this app pretty much useless. No way to sort or filter listing results. Impossible to visually scan and process the “pretty” card view of results.
Useless/Broken free’s too much, they should pay me - It started off as an app with potential, as it stands now, it has not been updated snce 2014, and therefore its littered with bugs and problems and poor performnce and doesn’t work well with modern ebay and all the changes over time. Theres also an app called Ebay shopper i believe and its twin amazon shopper, they both cost $2.99 and are both terrible purchases, these apps are all just web browsers that basically only let you go to a single website, and they dare to charge for that “convenience”. In the case of the last two apps, theyre made by a college kid aviv miron, he’s still updating them for now but they crash all the time too, he even makes an app called minifari which is half the price, so 1 dollar, and is literally a mini browser that has an icon in the top bar and can go to any website, basically its just capitalizing on inexperienced/novice/naive computer users unfortunately. Also, in general, before buying ANY app from the Mac app store, do a search for it in your web browser, its almost always availabe to be purchased from them directly for much cheaper, especially with higher end and pricier apps, since apple charges a steep percentage of app sales prices, the developers just price the apps higher in the mac app store than they do elsewhere