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Slickdeals Brings All of Its Deal Hotness to Android

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Slickdeals, one of the best sources for discounts on the internet, released an official Android app last night that’s actually pretty amazing. The app itself is designed with a slideout left navigation panel (like YouTube, Facebook, ScoreCenter, etc.) that gives you options for frontpage, local, and popular deals. It also lets you jump right into their forums and then into¬†some of the more prominent sections. The app has push notifications, so you’ll be notified as soon as the hottest deals around hit the front page or when your alert keywords make appearances. We’re talking fully-featured deals app here, folks.

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  • garagedoor

    this is a good news! Doors West Inc

  • creers

    congratulation Slickdeals! Eureka Joe’s

  • Pet23

    wow! this is a good news… katstar.com

  • Very annoying app. Constantly pushing updates.. Maybe I can change the frequency since I had to make a account so they can spam my email.

    • you can turn off the frontpage notifications in settings

  • Spider210

    awesome! i am on there like 3 times a day!

  • Slickdeals and Droid Life are my top visited bookmarks.

    Slickdeals has a new App… so how about that new and updated Droid-Life app?!

  • Austin Warren

    Finally. Hated that they only had an iOS app

  • ROB

    Dont like to mandatory login…I will pass for now..

    • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

      Man just sign up for the damn thing.

      • ROB

        I use slickdeals lite already that doesnt require signing up, thats all.

        • The native app has features that are worth it.. like responding and notifications… we wanted a unified experience rather than allowing some unregistered users not having access to all features that require an account. We actually received complaints about missing features, when all users had to do was login.

  • Ryan

    I see you Kellex!

  • Awesome! <3 Slickdeals!

    • Derek Lockovich

      Agreed. So many deals. Not enough $$!

      • Austin Warren

        Looking at slick deals is more addicting than spending money. This isn’t good.