Toronto’s Save.ca Drops New App for Online Savings

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Toronto-based Save.ca has launched its new, free mobile app that allows users to easily access flyers.

The new app has been downloaded over 17,000 times since it became available in early November.

“We know there’s nothing Canadians love more than a deal, so we’re making the savings more accessible,” said director of digital retail, Doug Guan. “Our easy-to-use App provides instant access to digital flyers for your favourite retailers across Canada, and customizes results to each user based on location. To help consumers make the most of their shopping trips, we’ve done the hard work to take the stress out of shopping.”

Shoppers can easily search flyers on their phone with the App’s “natural, intuitive, flyer-viewing experience.” The App is currently available for iPhone, iPad and Android users.

With the customizable search options, users can find flyer savings from stores that are closest to them and organize the digital flyers by most recent or alphabetical. The results can be filtered based on their favourite categories or stores and shoppers can zoom in the selected flyer for more details.

More than 2.5 million million Canadians use Save.ca to plan their purchasing habits. The site is run by Metroland Media Group.

Joseph Czikk

Joseph Czikk

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