Taxi applications RideLinQ and Way2ride have joined forces to provide what they refer to as an improved payment experience for passengers.
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NEW YORK – The end-of-year holidays present a good time for marketers to update their mobile applications, providing they have some new features to tout, a Fiksu executive said Wednesday.
The National Football League has teamed up with Ticketmaster to offer football fans a slew of digital and mobile ticket-buying features designed for easier purchasing.
Tilly’s is streamlining shopping while building its customer base with visual search technology that lets customers snap a photo of a desired item in the clothing and accessories maker’s catalog, and buy the item.
The buying of tickets for Las Vegas events ranging from Penn and Teller’s magic show to a Grand Canyon tour is being streamlined with a mobile application that lets visitors obtain tickets from any mobile device.
The American Red Cross is launching its first mobile application for blood donations today in an effort to drive increased frequency and better communicate with its donors.
Chase’s redesigned application for Android displays a similar look to the previously updated Chase iPhone app, which has seen a 23 percent increase in use compared to last year.
Online full service travel site Expedia.com is introducing its new application for tablets featuring personalized travel data that makes searching and booking easier for users.
Europe’s largest online retailer, Zalando SE, is testing an image recognition application that allows users to photograph people’s outfits and get recommendations for similar clothing items.
Marble Slab Creamery and MaggieMoo’s Ice Cream & Treatery have developed a mobile application offering coupons and customer rewards to boost client loyalty.