It's around this time of the year when you start realizing just how much stuff you have that you probably don't need anymore. And it's perfectly good stuff for the most part, so ideally you'd like to find it a good home, and more importantly, put some money in your pocket at the same time.

Well, there’s a fresh new app for that on the market, and it’s a pretty damn good one. Think Tinder, but for your stuff - Swapspot is a new app made right here in Montreal, that makes getting rid of your old stuff stupid convenient, and finding second-hand treasures, even easier.

Faster, safer, and extremely simple, browse through tons of local photo listings or post your own items directly on Swapspot's intuitive, and all together sweet-looking platform for free. Each item has its own listing where you can see more photos, its condition, and a description. You can also chat with buyers and sellers safely within the app, and see how far away they are based on your location.

And Swapspot isn’t only for items. You'll also find people offering services! Graphic designers, singing lessons, beauty specialists, photographers: you name it!

This app is great if you need someone to paint your house, for example, or if you're looking to make a little extra money yourself.

The coolest feature about Swapspot, however, is the fact that you can actually negotiate prices and counter-offer items and services right from the app! That includes swapping your stuff and hours of your time.

Video games for Blu-rays, ice skates for hockey equipment, purses for shoes, phones for instruments, and even graphic design services for photography services! There are no limits to how creative you can get and no other marketplace allows you to do that.

Long story short - this is one genius app for buying, selling and swapping your stuff in the easiest and fastest way possible.

So check out Swapspot on iOS or Android for free, and who knows, maybe you'll even "match" with the person buying or swapping for your old TV ;)

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