Built on the popular Web site of the same name, the app alerts you when selected Apple gear gets discounted.
This handy site keeps tabs on prices for all manner of refurbished Apple gear and can notify you when there's a change.
Those who want a 16GB SD card with the refurbished device will need to pay $179.99 on the company's official online store.
You won't find these refurbs on Apple's official clearance site, but if you're looking for an unlocked iPhone 5, here are the deals.
One five-year-old found indecent images on his refurbished Nintendo 3DS on Christmas morning.
Refurbs are going like hotcakes, but who's buying them?
Want to keep tabs on the latest refurbished Macs, iPads, iPhones, and the like? There's an RSS feed for that.
Not sure if you can trust the seconds store you're shopping at? Thankfully, two vendors in Australia sell their refurbished wares directly to the public.
The Global Times, a news site in China, reports that two lawsuits have been filed charging that Apple is knowingly selling refurbished iPhones as new products in their stores.
The price for a refurbished Wi-Fi-only, ad-free Kindle has dropped to $99. That may signal a new model is coming soon.