Amazon’s menu on its iPhone application has a new design to make it easier to use, including the ability to swipe left for easy access and a new settings section where users can easily see notifications from the online retailer.
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Mobile Minutes: Apple’s TV aspirations; Amazon beats estimates; Android handsets advance; Square adds serviceJuly 29, 2016
Today in mobile marketing – Apple’s hard-charging tactics hurt TV expansion; Amazon revenue beats estimates as cloud sales surge; Android handset makers’ advance squeezes Apple; Square will let its sellers schedule deposits.
With recent reports showing luxury fashion spend is down and Burberry recording a recent drop in earnings, Amazon may see an opportunity to shake up a new sector.
Mobile Minutes: EBay raises forecast; Spotify debuts programmatic buying; Amazon eyes banking; Tinder chats up groupsJuly 22, 2016
Today in mobile marketing – EBay raises forecasts a year after PayPal split; Spotify launches programmatic audio ad buying globally; Amazon tip-toes into banking business; Tinder launches Social to let users hang out in groups.
Merchants should follow Amazon’s lead and build promotional events around their applications and loyalty programs. Watch this video for the full analysis.
After talking about impulse purchases for more than 10 years, my Dash button arrived to be duly attached to my washing machine for timely one-click checkout.
On Amazon Prime Day this year, the ecommerce retailer’s mobile application drove twice as many orders from Prime members as last year and saw more than one million customers use the app for the first time, underscoring the synergy between apps, loyalty and promotions.
Mobile Minutes: Twitter adds more live TV; Amazon’s Prime Day issues; EU, US data pact; Ashley Madison’s new pitchJuly 13, 2016
Today in mobile marketing – Twitter to live stream some Bloomberg TV programs; Amazon fixes Prime Day checkout issue; EU approves privacy shield data-transfer pact with US; Ashley Madison wants you to find your moment, not have an affair.
Amazon is tapping into mobile messaging application Line to drive sales by starting a conversation with users that consistently drives them to its native online store, ramping up subscriptions ahead of Prime Day.
Today in mobile marketing – Ask Amazon’s Alexa for Prime Deals and get $10 off your first order; Snapchat sued for being too sexy for minors; Facebook testing end-to-end encryption on Messenger; Google buys startup to stuff more video into its cloud.