M-commerce, a trade through mobile devices and terminals, is a significant and fast-growing retail and commerce sphere. More and more people nowadays are using smartphones and tablets for multiple operations such as business management, entertainment, and, certainly, shopping. According to Mary Continue reading “The Future of Mobile Commerce” »
Wal-Mart Stores Inc., an American multinational retail corporation that operates a chain of discount department stores and warehouse stores, revealed details about its mobile businesses and projects at its 22 Annual Investor Meeting last week. The main takeaway: mobile fosters a more loyal, connected Continue reading “Wal-Mart Is Taking Advantage of Mobile Solutions” »
Today, all popular shops have their own websites. However, the percentage of those who are attached to the new mobile technologies and create mobile applications for their stores continues to increase
People often use their mobile devices to make purchases. 2013 saw 39% of eBay’s sales originate from mobile devices. M-commerce sales at eBay grew 70% in 2014, according to the 2015 Internet Retailer Mobile 500. During the last two years, application Continue reading “Why Your Store Needs a Mobile App” »
Shopping List mobile app is designed to help you organize, manage your shopping or grocery lists using your smartphone or tablet.
Easily create your shopping list by adding new items you need to buy, setting their quantity and picking a category. When adding products and creating lists you can add prices, pictures and bar codes to items you need to buy. Continue reading “My Shopping List” »
7% of all online sales were made from iPad. iPhone yields a little- it took 6.4% of sales. Android which came out from nowhere recently is in the 3rd place. 5% of customers used their Android devices to go shopping online.Of course, these figures don”t include mobile business apps and games downloaded from the Appstore and Android Market. Their number has increased as well. To make sure you can take a look at our previous blog posts.
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