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Does anyone know of a website (probably using Amazon's AWS web services) that will allow searching for a product (mostly books, so searching by ISBN is sufficient) and then displaying a combined view of the user ratings (the "star" rating from 1 to 5) along with the reviews from both Amazon.co.uk AND Amazon.com (and possibly other countries Amazon sites too) ?

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closed as off-topic by Rubén, Alex, Al E., Vidar S. Ramdal, Eight Days of Malaise Oct 8 '15 at 16:20

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  • "Application/website recommendations are off-topic and out of scope. It is better instead to use a particular web app or website and ask for help in any issues you have with it specifically." – Rubén, Alex, Al E., Vidar S. Ramdal, Eight Days of Malaise
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The Wish List browser add-ons can add items to Wish Lists in any country where we have a retail website. To change the default Wish List location in which items are added to please follow the instructions for each specific browser below.

Firefox: Click on "Tools" > click "Add-ons" > Find the Amazon Wish List Add-on, click "Options" > under "Location" set the default Wish List location to "Amazon.co.uk" (if it's not already). Click "Save Settings" if you made any changes you want to keep.

Chrome: Right click on the Amazon Wish List extension > click "Options" > under "Location" set the default Wish List location to "Amazon.co.uk" (if it's not already.) Click "Save Settings" if you made any changes you want to keep.

Safari: Click on the "gear" icon on the top right of your browser window > click "Preferences" > click "Extensions." Locate the Amazon Wish List Add-on > find "Wish List Location" > from here set the default Wish List location to "Amazon.co.uk" (if it's not already.)

Hope it helped you

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