SnipSnap is easy to use with a beautiful user interface. Plus, it’s useful in the context of daily life. I never pay attention to coupons simply because I find them to be cumbersome and more effort to procure and carry than they are worth. Now that I can access hundreds of thousands of them on my iPhone, I’ll be using SnipSnap everyday. This app is a must download.
Clipping and saving coupons is the most classic way of saving money, but in today's digital world, it feels rather archaic. SnipSnap for iPhone lets you say goodbye to physical coupons by taking photos of them to carry with you at all times and store clerks can scan the processed bar code right on your iPhone.
When will I be able to access SnipSnap on the web?
Some SnipSnap content is available on the web, mainly when shared via social networks like Facebook and Twitter. We will be introducing a more robust, searchable website in the coming months, along with some other exciting goodies for folks who prefer to do their couponing with a browser.
How do you scan the coupons?
To extract all of the data, we use a variety of technologies, including optical character recognition, image recognition, and barcode scanning. Plus a few magical elves for good measure.
What types of coupons can SnipSnap scan?
All of them! We built the app to be a swiss army knife for coupons, capable of scanning and recognizing most any coupon type. Whether you want to scan a local discount, retail offer, or manufacturer coupon, SnipSnap should be able to recognize it.
Can I use SnipSnap at the grocery store?
While some supermarkets accept digital (or paperless) coupons, many still require a printed coupon to redeem. We are hard at work on a breakthrough method for allowing you to redeem paper-based coupons via your phone, and are aiming to release this capability in the near future.
The SnipSnap app allows anyone to convert a printed coupon into a digital, mobile format, which they can easily search and retrieve on their smartphone. All a user needs to do is snap a picture of the offer (be it from an FSI, direct-mail piece, newspaper, or otherwise) and the app works its magic to scan all of the printed text and images. Once scanned, a user can not only redeem, but also get expiration-date notifications and in-store reminders.