Best apps for surviving Black Friday

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Wednesday, November 21, 2012

 

Wall Street Journal: It’s almost time for the most miserable shopping day of the year, when everyone decides to hit the malls and major stores on the same day,  nearly a month before Christmas, to rout out the best deals on gifts.

But these days, shoppers can stem the Black Friday madness. They can avoid getting trampled in the mayhem and sitting in lines for hours. They can do it all from their phones. From the comfort of their sofas or beds.

Not sure how? Grab your smartphone because we’re about to go through a few apps that will help you finish your shopping without having to leave the (relatively) safe confines of the Internet.

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