Toys “R” Us continues to make mobile a key part of its omnichannel shopping experience with a new mobile application that makes it easy for parents to engage with the Babies “R” Us print catalog to find out more about specific products and purchase items directly from its Web site.
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PayPal is rolling out two new mobile features in Australia and Britain that streamline the checkout process in restaurants.
With mobile now accounting for 14 percent of Starbucks’ sales in the United States, the company is looking for next-generation application features to keep the brand ahead of the curve.
Fidelity Investments continues to make wearable computing for investors a key focus with a new application for the Pebble smart watch, a follow-up to last fall’s Google Glass app.
Priceline is testing two new products that build on the company’s significant portion of mobile-generated sales to give consumers more options when booking a flight or hotel room.
Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt wants to tap into some of the success that competitor Pinkberry has seen from mobile payments with a planned update for its application that includes new loyalty and commerce functions.
Domino’s Pizza continues to make a name for itself in the mobile ordering space with another aggressive time-sensitive offer that targets sports fans and spurs quick digital orders.
Foodland Super Market recently released a mobile application and has been seeing positive results in the first three weeks of its release.
LivingSocial has revamped its mobile application with features such as Passbook integration and faster load times, but it remains to be seen if the deal app can get the upper hand over competitors such as Groupon.
Fidelity Investments is expanding its smartphone application NetBenefits to the iPad to meet a growing tablet market.