The sheer volume of items available for sale on Amazon is staggering, and among the as-seen-on-tv pyrite lie untold diamonds in the rough. Canopy makes those special items easier to find and purchase.

It’s a well-designed website with a single purpose: to find all the very best things Amazon has in its massive catalog and showcase them in an attractive, alternative storefront. Every “Buy” link on Canopy takes you straight to that product on Amazon. You can view the most popular new items, apply a quick price (or Prime) filter, browse by category, or kick back with an issue of their magazine-style special collections. Featuring guest curators and specific themes, this weekly site publication is a great way to explore some interesting hand-picked products.

Available on the web at canopy.co or on the iPhone, Canopy combines a modern, uncluttered interface with all the benefits of Amazon’s store.

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