While the details of the transaction weren't revealed, including the price of the acquisition, it marks a sign of the growing popularity of smartphone apps in the grocery industry.
SnapSaves was created by
With the app, shoppers can snap a picture of their grocery receipt and receive money back on selected items through a cheque in the mail.
SnapSaves says the deal will expand its reach to
Other similar money-saving apps have appeared on the market in recent years, including Checkout 51, a
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