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I've seen a few webapps or iPhone apps that have an enormous and heterogenous amount of items for sale, while managing information architecture / user experience so that is simple and easy to browse or find what you want.

What apps would you nominate as the best you've seen?

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Could you give us some examples of the ones that you've seen? – JohnGB Oct 7 '11 at 13:17
When I was interviewing with Walgreen's, theirs struck me as a job well done, but I imagine there are people here who have seen as good or better. – JonathanHayward Oct 7 '11 at 13:41
This is not an appropriate question for the Q&A format of this site. You're asking for a list of answers. – Charles Boyung Oct 7 '11 at 13:55
Amazon has a cool app. – Glen Lipka Oct 7 '11 at 18:09 uses a uses Z Mags for its catalogues - I enquired and it's expensive to set up but you do the rest of the work afterwards. Works on iphones and all that jazz

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