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Fatwallet has decided to jump in on the Black Friday app train and bring you what is unfortunately the least useful Black Friday app available for the iPhone and iPod Touch. Instead of trying to make something that would be useful, it seems they just decided to port over a part of their forum.
Black Friday only lists out forum posts relevant to Black Friday from the FatWallet.com website. That means you’re not going to see sorted through or manicured deals like the other apps. Instead, you’re going to see random posts that may or may not be worth reading through. This can be very frustrating if you were actually trying to find something specific.
There’s no search button, no favorites button, and no easy to use login or registration interface. The only button this app offers is a button labeled Visit FatWallet.com. Feel free to browse through all the user generated content just too maybe find a little bit more information about a random deal you ay or may not be even remotely deal.
This is essentially a targeted Safari browser with no additional features. There’s nothing different besides formatting when comparing this app to its website counterpart. That’s definitely unfortunate to see such a poor display from such an excellent website like FatWallet.com. Avoid this app at all cost.