The Unique iPhone Shopping App for 2010 Black Friday: “LetShop” Released by

Union City, California (EastBayDaily) —, a comparison shopping site which is best known for its price history chart and price drop alert, has recently released its iPhone application “LetShop”.

“LetShop” supports product price comparison among hundreds of stores by either using its edge-cutting barcode scanning technology, or search by a keyword. Prices from trust-worthy stores like, Walmart, Bestbuy, and are instantly presented to the shoppers.

LetShop users can also look into the product price history chart to understand how good the current price really is. “Understanding the price history is the key to know the product’s real value”, PriceTrace’s Senior Director Diana Meller Claims: “You will be surprised to see that even the Black Friday deals are not always the best deals”. If the current price seems to be high, users can also subscribe a price drop alert by specifying their desired price level, and “LetShop” will send real-time push notification to the user when condition is met.

“LetShop is normally priced at $1.99”. Diana mentions, “However, in the past week, a huge number of our Facebook fans were requesting free coupon code to try the application. Then we decided to set the application for FREE for a limited time, so that our users can use it for Black Friday shopping”.

In its newest version 1.0.1, the special 2010 Black Friday features from have been integrated to LetShop application. Users can now use LetScan to see the Black Friday flyers, search the Black Friday deals by keyword, and best of all, being able to view the special “buying guides” for different categories such as HDTV, cameras, laptops, DVD players, vacuum cleaners, and more. For each category, there is a comparison table for the product specs, prices, and reviews, to help consumers to easily make the choice without having to look through all the Black Friday flyers.

Currently, is also offering a free 32GB iPad drawing, for their facebook fans who leaves comments about “LetShop”.


Diana Meller
PriceTrace LLC