Should you happen to be quite the Amazon shopper, you'll definitely want to check out the now available Amazon Assistant for Microsoft's Edge web browser. This handy little extension lends a helping hand when it comes to making decisions about spending money on the retail giant's website.
This is achieved by offering quick access to the Deal of the Day, product comparisons so you know you're getting the best bang for your buck, as well as your universal wish list. If saving products for future viewing/purchase wasn't enough, the extension even has shortcuts to send you straight to popular Amazon destinations right within the browser, saving some time in the process.
Excited to check it out? Download the extension (spotted by WinPhone.ir) and let us know how you get on in the comments!
Thanks Amir Z. for the tip!
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