The Unusable "Woot Check" App [3rd party app]

Who else is fed up with the Woot Check App?

The Categories are meaningless. I used to check ‘Computers’ for computer stuff, and ‘Tools’ for tools, etc.

Now, everything is dumped into every category–no rhyme, reason or organization. Every category has become a treasure hunt, but not in a good way.

Also, product photos don’t always match descriptions. Today there is a photo of assorted Dremel tools, but the description is for aluminum welding rods. Both useful but hardly interchangeable.

Thoughts?!

I just checked with the App, and I do not see the same results. All looks OK.

Maybe uninstall the app and reinstall to see if the issue still exists.

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Woot Check is a 3rd party app and not supported by Woot.

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I was wondering about that name.

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The official Woot app can be downloaded here:

Android:

Or on Apple’s store, though I can’t seem to link to where it can be downloaded.

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Same here. There really doesn’t need to be more than 1 app. Now I’m going to have nightmares.

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panda table flip GIF

Huh.

I’ve always liked the woot stalker…

:evil laugh:

Don’t forget the Amazon app store link for Woot:

https://www.amazon.com/Woot-Services-LLC/dp/B014Q58BGO

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AH! That explains a lot.

Thank you, TT!

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Yeah, that link does not like my phone.

I downloaded the Amazon App Store and tried to get the Woot app, but it says the App is not compatible with my phone.

(My phone is a Galaxy A32–3 months old, running Android 11. Go Figure)

Did you try the app from the Play Store?

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Try downloading from the Google Play store.

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