Find the CNET Reviews app free in the App Store

Head to the iPhone App Store for the CNET Reviews app, which gives you CNET's expert tech shopping advice--expert reviews, First Look videos, buying guides, and prices--via your iPhone. The app is free, but note that you'll need iOS 4 or higher to run it.

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CNET Reviews app's home screen gives easy acess to tech categories

From the home screen, browse categories for product reviews or navigate to handy tools, including a search tool and a bar code scanner for finding product reviews and prices while you're standing in a store aisle.

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Bar code scanner in action

Just aim the CNET Reviews app's bar code scanner at the code on a product's package. Our app returns a CNET editor's review of the product, plus prices from a wide variety of stores so that you can make a smart choice.

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No bar code? Just type in your search

Searching for a product the old-fashioned way--with your iPhone's keyboard--returns the same useful information as the bar code scanner.

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Product search gives you ratings at a glance

A search results page in the CNET Reviews app delivers editors' ratings, user ratings, and prices. From this screen, you can dive deeper to read reviews or you can sort by price, rating, or review date.

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Get all of CNET's expert advice

Once you find the product you're looking for, read the editor's review, see user ratings, or navigate to product videos, specs, or photos. You can also save favorite products to visit later or share what you've found via e-mail, Facebook, or Twitter.

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Product videos aplenty

If you can find a tech product review on the CNET Reviews apps, there's a good chance you'll find a First Look video on that product, too. In this shot, Senior Editor Donald Bell discusses the many merits of an Editors' Choice-winning portable speaker dock.

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Get expert buying advice for almost any tech category

Out shopping for a TV, but overwhelmed with choices once you arrive at the store? Turn to our buying guide for frank advice on what to look for once you're there. We've broken down our advice into 12 categories.

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Honest advice when you need it most

Suspect a sales rep wants to sell you a feature upgrade you don't need? Educate yourself first with our straightforward buying guides, written by CNET's category experts.

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