18) Toodledo ($1.99): If youve got a million things to do before the holidays, use this to do list app to help organize your time.
19) ToyHopper for iPad ($1.99): Unsure what to get the kids on your list? This updated app will give you details on all the top toys.
20) TweetsshopHD ($.99): This clever app taps the power of Twitter to let you know instantly about new sales.
iPad App: As Seen on TV
21) As Seen on TV (Free): Youll be giving fun and unusual gifts if you use this app, which guides you to products seen on television.
22) Amazon Mobile (Free): Use this app to search, shop, compare prices, read reviews, and make purchases on Amazon.com.
23) Become.com Online Shopping for iPad (Free): Its like having a mall on your iPad. Use this app to compare prices and find deals on 27 million products from over 4,200 merchants.
24) Bluefly for iPad (Free): Give the latest styles. This app lets you read fashion news and trends, then browse and shop the Bluefly lookbooks.
25) Boutiques (Free): Shop a huge selection of curated boutiques, created or inspired by celebrities, designers, and style icons.
26) CraigsPro ($.99): With this ultimate Craigslist browser, you can search for deals simultaneously in multiple cities.
27) eBay for iPad (Free): The online auction site eBay is a great way to ferret out deals, and this app makes it all accessible from your iPad.
28) Famous Footwear (Free): Go shoe shopping on your iPad. This lets you search a large selection of brand name shoes, or find a nearby store.
29) Frys Shopper ($.99): Browse through the latest Frys circular to discover great tech deals, even if you dont get the Sunday paper.
30) Gap 1969 Stream (Free): This attractive app lets you explore the Gaps 1969 denim line to get fresh inspiration and discover new looks.
iPad App: Gilt
31) Gilt for iPad (Free): Discover luxury goods with the Gilt app, at prices up to 70 percent off retail.
32) JCPenny Weekly Deals (Free): Use this to preview JCPennys in-store sales and special offers, then create your own favorites list.
33) mGifts ($.99): This visual list-builder lets you create shopping lists for everyone you know, then customize those lists with the recipients pictures.
34) Nextag Mobile (Free): Dont shop without it. Snap a picture of any item you see and Nextag will compare prices for you.
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