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Shoppers prefer retailers’ payment apps to Apple Pay, Android Pay: report

June 30, 2016

Consumers are embracing mobile payment applications, with more than 25 percent of smartphone owners in the United States using these platforms at least once a month, according to new research from Parks Associates.

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How brands can conquer Apple Watch retailing via coupons, loyalty: report

June 10, 2016

Although the art of purchasing via Apple Watch applications has not yet reached its zenith – with 24 percent of consumers wary of making impulse buys on the wearable – retailers can fuel sales by offering in-store shoppers easy access to coupons and loyalty programs, according to a GPShopper report.

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Smartphone-reliant shoppers would buy more with in-store mobile tools: report

June 9, 2016

A new segment of shopper is emerging who uses mobile devices more frequently and represents the greatest opportunity to increase revenue via a focused mobile in-store strategy, according to a new report from DMI.

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Early mobile payments adopters prefer Apple Pay over PayPal

June 1, 2016

In a potential threat to PayPal as mobile payments mature, early adopters are extending their use of digital wallets to in-store use and expressing more satisfaction with solutions that support omnichannel payments, according to a new report from 451 Research.

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Announcing Mobile Insights Summit 2016 New York June 23

May 24, 2016

Register now for Luxury Daily’s Mobile Insights Summit 2016, the nation’s only data-led executive conference discussing how evolving mobile consumer behavior is affecting brands and retailers’ marketing, retail, media and digital efforts. Analyst speakers from Deloitte, Strategy Analytics, GfK, BIA/Kelsey, McCann Truth Central, Shullman Research Center and Boston Retail Partners.

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Announcing Mobile Insights Summit 2016 New York June 23

May 23, 2016

Register now for Luxury Daily’s Mobile Insights Summit 2016, the nation’s only data-led executive conference discussing how evolving mobile consumer behavior is affecting brands and retailers’ marketing, retail, media and digital efforts. Analyst speakers from Deloitte, Strategy Analytics, GfK, BIA/Kelsey, McCann Truth Central, Shullman Research Center and Boston Retail Partners.

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Announcing Mobile Insights Summit 2016 New York June 23

May 20, 2016

Register now for Luxury Daily’s Mobile Insights Summit 2016, the nation’s only data-led executive conference discussing how evolving mobile consumer behavior is affecting brands and retailers’ marketing, retail, media and digital efforts. Analyst speakers from Deloitte, Strategy Analytics, GfK, BIA/Kelsey, McCann Truth Central, Shullman Research Center and Boston Retail Partners.

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Announcing Mobile Insights Summit 2016 New York June 23

May 19, 2016

Register now for Luxury Daily’s Mobile Insights Summit 2016, the nation’s only data-led executive conference discussing how evolving mobile consumer behavior is affecting brands and retailers’ marketing, retail, media and digital efforts. Analyst speakers from Deloitte, Strategy Analytics, GfK, BIA/Kelsey, McCann Truth Central, Shullman Research Center and Boston Retail Partners.

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Smartphones grabbed 29pc of US travel bookings in Q1: report

May 18, 2016

Mobile booking is continuing its seemingly unstoppable rise, as evidenced by smartphone-enabled travel and transportation purchases making up 29 percent of United States sales in 2016’s first quarter and a prediction that bookings will surge even higher this summer, per a report from Criteo.

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Nearly two-thirds of consumers leverage smartphones while dining in restaurants: RetailMeNot

May 17, 2016

Nearly 66 percent of consumers opt to conduct a slew of tasks on their smartphones while dining out at restaurants, including browsing reviews and searching for coupons, pointing to restaurateurs’ opportunities to drive last-minute reservations and revenue, according to a study from RetailMeNot.

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