DeaLoco Partners with Big in Japan to Offer Deals for Mobile Shoppers

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Dallas-based bargain-hunting site will display deals in ShopSavvy search results.

DeaLoco, a Dallas-based bargain-hunting site that finds and compiles the best deals on everyday items on the Internet, has partnered with Big in Japan, the Dallas company behind the popular personal shopping assistant ShopSavvy, to display DeaLoco bargains among ShopSavvy search results.

ShopSavvy, a recent finalist for a 2008 Crunchie Award and one of the T-Mobile G1's most downloaded applications, enables customers to comparison shop on the go, simply by scanning any product's barcode using the T-Mobile G1's built-in camera.

Using the barcode information, ShopSavvy searches the Web for the best prices on the product, displaying the lowest prices online as well as at nearby brick-and-mortar retailers. ShopSavvy looks up product reviews to further assist with purchase decisions.

"Through our partnership, ShopSavvy users now have the benefit of searching the DeaLoco deals database each time they scan a barcode," said Steve Cospolich, founder of DeaLoco. "If a deal on the scanned item exists in our database, the information is provided on the ShopSavvy results screen."

"We are pleased to partner with any company that can enhance ShopSavvy's results for the consumer, and DeaLoco helps us to do that," said Alexander Muse, co-founder of Big in Japan.

About Big in Japan
Big in Japan Inc. is a Dallas-based idea factory for mobile applications, building software for Google's open-source Android platform and Apple's iPhone. Big in Japan's ShopSavvy application - a personal shopping assistant - is one of the most popular applications on the Android-powered T-Mobile G1. For more information, visit http://www.biggu.com.

About Dealoco
DeaLoco was founded in Dallas, Texas by four friends with a mission to supply the public with the best deals available. DeaLoco guarantees they will never give any advertiser's products special preference, they will ban any store that gives poor customer service, and they will always act in the best interest of the consumer. For more information go to http://dealoco.com.

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