Are you avoiding buying on eBay because getting outbid too often? Make buying on eBay fun again! Myibidder Bid Sniper is a sniper for eBay buyers that places the last seconds bids to increase your chances to win. No need to watch for auctions anymore, just set a snipe and let the sniper do the job for you. The app needs no monthly fees, no per-auction fees, nothing. It uses Myibidder.com service (originally named Myibay.com) to place your snipes, so you can turn off or disconnect your phone after you scheduled your snipe. Currently, the service processes over 150,000 snipes weekly. For those who never used eBay sniper in the past: 1. Sniping does not guarantee winning. You have to meet eBay's and seller's requirements in order to win. Your eBay password must be secure enough for eBay's standards in order for the app to work (you don't see a warning screen when login to eBay). Secure tokens are not supported due to their limitations. Also, your snipe must be ready (added & activated) at least 3 minutes in advance. 2. It will snipe the exact amount you set. If nobody bid higher, you will win at the lowest possible price just enough to outbid the previous bidder by one increment only. That means you have to set your absolute maximum when snipping. The default time of sniping is about 5 seconds. If you need to change it, you can enable "My Time" option in your device's Settings. 3. You can stop sniping if you have at least 1-2 minutes to go by setting "OFF" on "Activate" and saving your changes. 4. It's also technically not possible to show the current bid in real-time in the app. Tap "Refresh" icon to get the current status. 5. This is a sniper, not a monitoring tool. What it does -- it places your bids on last seconds. It does not do monitoring, alarm or send notifications in real time. 6. You can change "Search eBay" in the Settings to any other eBay website. You can enable "My Time" option in the Settings as well. Quick instructions on how to get started: http://bit.ly/10DqJ7c Questions? Want to get answers? Please feel free to ask: http://www.myibidder.com/forums/ We are here to help.