AuctionSieve iconAuctionSieve 2.6.7

Filter through eBay auction listings
AuctionSieve is an intuitive OS X application specially made to help you rapidly filter through the auctions in eBay searches or categories.

In addition, AuctionSieve's easy to use interface enables you to eliminate the products you are not interested in from the search results and focus on the desired items.

Moreover, AuctionSieve allows you to conduct numerous searches, combine and sort search results and make a list of trash words.

Main features:

  • User friendly interface
  • Save search results
  • Combine multiple search results
  • Filter search results
  • Group auctions support
  • Monitor auctions
  • Watchlist
  • Record price history

last updated on:
March 25th, 2014, 0:40 GMT
file size:
819 KB
developed by:
Hashbang Pty Ltd
license type:
operating system(s):
Mac OS X 10.4
binary format:
Universal Binary
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download hub:
eBay Managers ( + 1 other )


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3 Screenshots
AuctionSieve - From AuctionSieve's main window you will be able to search for various products available on eBay.AuctionSieve - The Filter menu enables you to further refine your search by adding different search filters.AuctionSieve - The Watchlist tab helps you monitor the price evolution and the bidding process for various products.
What's New in This Release:
  • New feature – Include store items:
  • There is 1 new feature – a new search option to include store items.
  • Many years ago, eBay started adding store items and most users didn’t want to see them – most users of AuctionSieve are only interested in items from regular people, not resellers.
  • However, as stores have become more prevalent, including mom and pop stores, eBay have changed how they present store items – they’re mixed in with regular results in a more integrated way. This can lead to some confusion because it appears AuctionSieve doesn’t return the same number of items as the same search on eBay returns. It’s because store items are ignored. I’ve now provided a search option which enables you to include these items in the results.
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