Backed by content from Condé Nast’s Allure Magazine, beauty-appointment tool BeautyBooked has released an app, expanding its reach to on-the-go consumers looking to book last minute appointments in several cities around the country.
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Hyatt Hotels is integrating its mobile application with the Uber ride-service app to make it easier for guests to get from their current location to their Hyatt hotel.
TravelCenters of America aims to ease the journey for professional drivers with an update of its mobile application that permits booking of advance maintenance and repair appointments and estimates the number of available parking spaces at its travel centers at a given time.
Most of the top savers using mobile shopping application Ibotta are women and also tend to be well-educated, according to a survey of its users.
Uber, the mobile application that allows users to order and pay for taxi service via smartphone, is seeking to expand its burgeoning popularity into product delivery-on-demand.
Allianz Worldwide Care is streamlining the medical-claims submission process with a mobile application on which members can submit medical claims and access policy documents.
Mobile-application users become more frequent visitors to a dealership’s service department after they download the app, according to a study by automotive-marketing company DMEautomotive.
Start-up company Blade has released Classy, a mobile application that allows Boston college students to buy and sell products locally without fees using a seamless, accessible platform on their smartphones.
Social shopping network Wanelo has begun sending push notifications to users who have saved certain items to let them know that those items have gone on sale.
Pepco Holdings, an energy company serving 2 million customers in the United States Mid-Atlantic region, has a new mobile application that allows customers to view and pay bills, enroll in paperless billing, access energy-use information and report streetlight problems.