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Marketplace runs, sorts searches in Craigslist

updated 04:25 pm EST, Wed February 11, 2009

Marketplace search engine

After six months as a public beta, Marketplace has been formally released, with a series of new features. The Mac app is designed to simplify the search and viewing of information provided on Craigslist. Users can search by region or category, and display detailed results within a single window. To run more specific searches, users can customize a variety of filters. Also available is a favourites feature, which saves any searches for later viewing.

Post-beta features include Growl integration, the ability to search specific subcategories, and additional criteria such as minimum or maximum price. Marketplace is compatible with Mac OS X 10.5 or later, and priced at $20 for a single license. For an additional $10, a family pack allows up to three others to share the program. Users can download a 25-day trial before purchase.







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  1. Jeff Simpson

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Nice.....

    ...but instead of paying, I'll just use the FREE www.crazedlist.org. It won't run on Safari, but crazedlist.org works fine on Firefox.

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