Manage every product you want, get notifications about sales

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ShopToList is a universal wish list.

It allows you to :

- Organize and share the products you want to buy with our browser extensions

- Make smarter purchases with price drop notifications

It works with every product, on every online store.

  • Pros: 

    Very simple to use & install - very useful to save the products I like in one place instead of having thousand of bookmarks


    Need a mobile app !!!

    I also like to receive an email when one of my products are on sale

    Marie Vernières has used this product for one year.
  • Pros: 

    perfect to buy clothes


    mobile app needed

    usefull and simple

    Guillaume Gau-Corbière has used this product for one month.
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Kevin Sahin
Kevin SahinMaker@sahinkevin · Indie maker, developer, book Author
Hey PH, After weeks of hard work, @pierre_dwf and I launched our first product! ShopToList is a universal wishlist website / browser extension that lets you add products from any online store, and tracks any price drop. ShopToList also allows you to manage all the products you like with the creation of custom lists, soon shareable. It’s really simple to use: Create an account, install the browser extension, and click on it when you are on a product page you’d like to add. You will then receive an email when a product goes on sale. The extensions are available for Chrome, Firefox and Safari. We’d love to get some feedback and I’ll be happy to respond to any questions.
max li bin
max li bin@maxlibin · web
@sahinkevin on the website said works for any site, how did manage to get price for any site?
Kevin Sahin
Kevin SahinMaker@sahinkevin · Indie maker, developer, book Author
@maxlibin There are lots of things going on in the background. If the product is on a "big" e-commerce website like Amazon, Asos, Ebay... we developed a custom scraping engine, with lots of custom rules to extract the current price, picture, sales price, etc. For small e-commerce where we don't have any extraction rules, we use a combination of headless Chrome, NLP / Computer vision APIs to extract the interesting fields. In most of the cases, it will work :)