|License:||Free to try|
|Op. System:||Win98, WinME, WinNT 4.x, WinXP, Windows2000, Windows CE|
|File size:||1.99 MB|
Publisher description for AuctionNavigator
The AuctionNavigator is Bidding, Sniping and Tracking program for eBay auction that helps win by bidding during the last seconds. Sniping is the art of placing last second bids on eBay. Sniping is the key to winning auctions! The objective of sniping is to dramatically reduce the number of times the bid is incremented by making your bid so close to the end of the auction, other bidders don't get the opportunity to counter your bid. AuctionNavigator helps you monitor prices, create reports, automatically connect to the Internet, synchronize time, save items to different folders. Now you do not have to sit in front of the monitor waiting for the auction end and nervously refresh the contents of the browser. AuctionNavigator can connect to the Internet on its own and purchase an item even if you are not around. Moreover, it will do it much faster than you would do it manually. AuctionNavigator is not a "black box" since everything taking place in the program including how the auction is going on can be seen in a very detailed log. Before buying anything, the program creates the bid and dial-up plans and sticks closely to those plans. AuctionNavigator has some unique features and intellectual algorithms that literally fight for every item and do not stop fighting until the auction is over. AuctionNavigator does not just make "one shot", but depending on the auction state it can try to increase the price or outbid another buyer's bid. The program has also the "auction guard" feature ensuring that nobody outbids your price and guarding your item until the auction is over. AuctionNavigator is well integrated with Internet Explorer, thanks to it you can add items to the auction list without exiting Internet Explorer. If you want to buy just one item out of several ones at the best price, the program has a feature for specifying limits of purchases. AuctionNavigator has a built-in automated system for updating the software via the Internet.