Home décor retailer Joss & Main is capitalizing on the 65 percent of traffic it receives from mobile devices by redesigning its iPhone application, allowing users to create idea boards, check out via Apple Pay and track orders.
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Uber, which has eclipsed its ride-sharing competitors by engaging in a slew of brand partnerships and consistently expanding its services, is now enabling consumers in select cities to order food delivery from local restaurants via a standalone application.
Peer-to-peer digital retailer eBay is simplifying what is usually a complicated process for its sellers by expanding its partnership with mobile application Shyp, providing users with streamlined shipping.
Capital One is overhauling its credit tracking service with a mobile-first approach via a new application that allows users to check and understand their credit scores while on the go, a response to the fact that most of the use for the previous service came from smartphone users.
QuickChek is raising the stakes in its competition with other convenience store chains such as 7-Eleven by rolling out a mobile ordering application for 142 locations in New Jersey, New York and Long Island.
Outback Steakhouse is introducing a mobile application that enables diners to pay the bill directly from their smartphones and place their names on the wait list for a table, foreshadowing the restaurant chain’s summer rollout of a new loyalty program.
Running application Runkeeper and Jaybird have teamed up on a promotion that rewards runners who complete six workouts with a specially priced pair of wireless headphones.
Gas retailer ExxonMobil is streamlining purchases at the pump with a new mobile application, allowing customers to pay from a smartphone using various methods, including Apple Pay.
British retailer Missguided is focusing on a Tinder-like swiping experience for its new mcommerce application, a strategy that could become more popular as the image-focused feature fits well for younger shoppers.
U.S. Bank is opening its mobile vault to a slew of application updates, including expanded money delivery options and an enhanced check-deposit process, paving the way for the implementation of Touch ID functionality later this month.