While 'More for Me' is innovative for its carrier partnership, it really is just an aggregator. The only exception might be that the app includes "exclusive offers from T-Mobile and its partners".
'More for Me' allows you to customize your social shopping experience for your tastes and location. T-Mobile touts that "Customers can get discounts on a wide variety of products, making it easier than ever for people to save money while on the go."
Social shopping isn't for everyone. But if you can tolerate the superfluous notifications, and the often off-target suggestions, you can find some really great deals on the stuff you want. So what do you think? Is it weird for a carrier to manage a social shopping service? And what happens to it when (and if) AT&T is in the driver's seat?
source: Android Market