NetPlenish Here is an interesting concept. Shop online for your regular food / diapers / whatever shopping and have the vendors compete for your business. Then it’s delivered to your door, many times with no shipping charges. It’s your way of getting the best deals without having to cope with the hassle of going to the store and everything associated with it. Of course if going shopping is the only time you leave your house then I think I would give this app a pass.

You can search or scan in the items that you typically shop for and the app searches top merchants for the best deals. It also notes that it supports coupons.

What people are saying about NetPlenish:
Mashable – “Shopping app NetPlenish is a win for consumers and sellers.”

TechCrunch – “The interesting thing about the mobile experience in NetPlenish is that it’s aggregating the content from multiple merchants into one single application.”

Fox Business – “Wouldn’t it be great if you could bargain shop for everyday products and
find the best prices with little-to-no effort on your part? Now you can with a great new app called NetPlenish.”

So what do you think? Are you going to give this app a try? It is on both NetPlenish and NetPlenish .

Don’t forget to follow Geek Girl on NetPlenish and NetPlenish .

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  1. bindhurani says:

    That sounds like a nice site. Checking out for sure. Tweeted your post too.

    • Geek Girl says:

      Check it out and let me know what you think. Thanks for tweeting!

  2. findingourwaynow says:

    How cool! I'm not sure it would be something I would use because I'm one of those weird people that like to shop for stuff. Not clothes etc, but I am hardware store junky and it would take the fun out of going the various hardware store to browse. 🙂

    • Geek Girl says:

      Yeah, I like to 'touch' stuff before I buy it. Except for tech stuff. I usually buy that online because it's usually a pre-order situation – you know me and tech. LOL I just thought this was an interesting concept that may be of use to some people.

  3. Definitely having free shipping would be a bonus! Because I live in the country, I'm already a customer of various home shopping networks such as Melaleuca, Arbonne, and Sunrider. But they all kill you with hefty shipping charges.

    I'l have to look into NetPlenish. Thanks, Cheryl.

    • Geek Girl says:

      Well you are a veteran at this then. 🙂 If you try the app, you will have to let me know how it works for you. 🙂

  4. projectwhitespace says:

    This one is interesting. I will check it out, because now that you are my friend, I'm addicted to apps. You ruined me–jkjk!
    Anyway, I mentioned you in my most recent post–again!! I also got my email subscription service activated. Will you be the first to try it out and let me know how it works? 🙂 so excited!!

    • Geek Girl says:

      Woo Hoo! I signed up for the email subscription. Seems like it worked. I will know when I get the next post in my inbox. So excited. 🙂 I also responded to your post – the one where you mentioned me. You just had to push me in to goal setting… LOL

  5. keepupweb says:

    I had never heard of NetPlenish before Cheryl. Thanks for the share. I'm definitely going to check it out.

    • Geek Girl says:

      I don't think it's for me, but it is certainly an interesting concept.

  6. namirusso says:

    Honestly, New Yorkers don't really like giving opportunities for people coming to their doors or waiting around for a delivery "window". Not sure if I'd give this a go when I could get it myself like the snail-mail-man.

    • Geek Girl says:

      Now I would have thought something like this would be great for New Yorkers. You would not risk getting mugged on the street or pick pocketed or such things like that. But I do understand getting your own stuff. That is my preference as well. 🙂

  7. Dan Meyers says:

    Um wow, not sure how I missed this post, but this looks awesome! Looking forward to checking it out!

    • Geek Girl says:

      If you do check it out, let me know what you think of it. 🙂