LevelUp has cut back its processing fees from 2 percent to just 1.95 percent, bringing it one step closer to achieving its goal of reducing the investments that retailers traditionally pour into mobile payments.
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Mobile is the latest weapon in Walmart’s arsenal as it continues to build a pharmacy business and compete with leading drugstore chains.
According to a study recently released by Catalina, integrating social networks such as Facebook, Twitter and Google+ were the least valued features for shopping applications.
Mobile application developers at Drync have created and improved a wine cellar for the virtual realm, now available on tablets as well as mobile phones.
Best Western’s new mobile payment offerings puts the hotel brand one step closer towards its goal of cutting down the checkout process to one step.
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When it comes to which social media platforms to bet on, Urban Outfitters thinks outside the box with a new application update that heavily plays up the retailer’s growing fan base on Wanelo.
Denny’s recent application update pivots the brand away from a previous geo-targeted approach with a bigger focus on personalization and gaming to drive user engagement and value.
1800Flowers is exploring crowdsourcing to reduce costs and enhance the delivery experience for customers.