Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey is ushering in mobile sales by unveiling its first-ever mobile application, enabling users to purchase seat tickets, access exclusive offers to help plan their visits and apply filters for a circus-themed selfie.
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In a reflection of shoppers’ demands for easy-to-use shopping applications, JCPenney has simplified browsing and checking out while making its latest omnichannel service – Buy Online, Pick Up in Store Same Day – available to users.
IKEA is attracting electric vehicle owners and driving store traffic with a new charging station at its Las Vegas location, which follows successful installations at 13 other stores and enables consumers to pay for charging via a mobile application.
TD Bank has launched a complete renovation of its mobile application for iOS that brings in Touch ID, more banking capabilities, such as scheduling recurring transfers, and a brand new navigation interface with intuitive power.
Fast-casual dining chain Penn Station East Coast Subs is rolling out a new application enabling users to order ahead, collect and redeem rewards points, send friend referrals and receive access to seasonal mobile games, underscoring the potency of all-in-one loyalty apps.
Target is making the in-store shopping experience easier and faster for customers using the Cartwheel application via an update that includes a store map highlighting products with coupons available as well as store-specific deals.
Walgreens is making clipping coupons much easier by allowing paperless coupons to be used for online purchases and displaying them on product pages within its application.
Church’s Chicken is fueling more engagement on its mobile application with a suite of new features, including access to a music streaming channel, instant win promotions and branded photo filters, showcasing the importance of enhancing loyalty apps.
In a significant enhancement to Macy’s smartphone application, it now boasts an in-store mode, creating a destination for on-premise shoppers and playing catch up with retailers such as Walmart.
Hotwire is onboarding several new features into its mobile application to better suit consumers’ needs after identifying some of their typical travel habits, enabling users to book hotel rooms after midnight, choose a bed type when making reservations and secure one-way car rentals.