Mobile seller-to-seller application letgo is adding ratings and reviews for buyers and sellers so users can be more confident in their transactions following the app’s growth past 30 million downloads.
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Sam’s Club is ramping up for a nationwide rollout of its revamped Scan & Go mobile application this fall after a successful regional pilot, enabling in-store shoppers to use their smartphones to scan items and pay directly within the app instead of using the self-checkout lane.
Elizabeth Arden, Ardell and Paul Mitchell are a few of the brands making their products visible on the YouCam Makeup application, which recently underwent a new upgrade to incorporate beauty looks into a daily horoscope.
New Haven, Conn., is the latest city to let residents and visitors pay for parking in express lots via the Parkmobile application, indicating that this capability could become commonplace in metropolitan areas across the United States.
Quick serve restaurant chain Chick-fil-A is enhancing mobile ordering by making it easier for users to choose and find the correct restaurant for picking up their order, including a Google satellite map and a highlighted route.
Xerox Corporation is joining the slew of companies leveraging hyperlocal, beacon-driven technology by introducing the Shop and Ride mobile application, which allows Hoboken, NJ commuters to receive relevant offers from 35 nearby merchants along their travel routes.
The Apple Store’s updated mobile application bolsters the bridge between online and in-store shopping with new features such as recommendations for compatible products and the ability to scan and purchase items from an iPhone.
Home décor online retailer Joss & Main is adhering digital stickers to its mobile application to enhance the shareability of idea boards and make the experience more fun.
Shoppers on the Best Buy application can now filter their searches by which products are available for pickup that day at a store, pointing to the growing importance of real-time inventory insight for driving omnichannel shopping experiences.
Starbucks is looking to unearth new streams of revenue by expanding its mobile payment capabilities to a wider range of consumers, this time rolling out its application for smartphones on the Windows 10 operating system.