Support for FindOne
If you have a question or a problem* with the software, please post a comment here and a developer will get back to you ASAP.
Suggestions and requested features are always welcome. Please give a brief description of your idea, and we’ll add it to our list.
Thanks for trying FindOne! N.B. As of FindOne version 3.0, FindOne and FindOne Plus have been combined into a single app that supports in-app purchase of more stores and products (as they become available). This makes it possible to add more products, while keeping engineering costs under control.
*Please note that all data displayed by FindOne is gathered from the corresponding store’s database and aggregated by the app.
The app has no control over how frequently the individual store’s inventory is updated or how accurate it is. (Sorry!)
The new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are now available through FindOne in-app purchase ($.99). A new iOS 8 version with bug fixes and FREE Target, Best Buy, Walmart & RadioShack iPad product searches is out now.
iPads Fifth Generation
The new ‘iPad Air’ and ‘iPad mini with Retina display’ are now included in the latest in-app purchase ($.99) for FindOne. A new iOS 7 version with bug fixes, speed improvements, and FREE Best Buy & Walmart product searches is out now.
Saturday, January 26th, 2012:
Target changed their back-end inventory data format, so FindOne is temporarily not finding iPads at Target stores. A fix has been submitted to the app store, so be sure to update FindOne when the release becomes available.*
Sorry for the problem!
*Thanks to Christopher Russell for the heads-up!
Support for iPad mini (1st generation) and iPad with Retina display (4th generation) now available!
FindOne and FindOne Plus have been combined into a single FREE app: FindOne.
Now it is easier to upgrade to new iPad products and to add more superstores.
Support for location services (to determine your current zip code) has been added to FindOne, but all the other goodies (including email, phone support, and map support) are still there!
- Tap the store address to see it in maps.
- Tap the phone number to call the store and reserve your iPad
- Tap the product name to go to the website for price and details
Download the free app from the App Store now!
FindOne and FindOne Plus now search for 3rd Generation iPads (as well as iPad 2’s).
To get the new functionality, just download the update from the iTunes App Store.
FindOne app now available.
Razz Software released a new iOS (iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch) app to locate a specified iPad model in a local store. Enter your zip code and the model you want and the app will tell with stores in your area have the iPad in stock
The app is free and can be downloaded from the iTunes App Store.