Chase’s credit card brand for business owners, Ink, refreshed its mobile application to increase flexibility and drive use of its services with real-time in-app messaging, tagged purchases and receipt image saving.
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Walmart is putting some muscle behind its omnichannel strategy with the launch of a Walmart To Go pilot in China, including a new mobile shopping application for groceries, mobile payments, self-pick-up and home-delivery options as well as a dedicated team in each bricks-and-mortar store responsible for app orders.
Footwear brand Dr. Martens took its #Standforsomething campaign around the United States with indie rock band Drowners, leveraging mobile application Bandsintown to drive sales with meet-and-greets and in-store events.
Supermarket chain Kroger is tightening the integration between the planning and in-store stages of grocery shopping through new upgrades to the shopping list feature in its mobile application that make it easier to find products.
Application developers and retailers with companion mobile apps, brace yourselves for what is expected to be the single biggest day for mobile shopping yet – and it is right around the corner on Nov. 28.
American Eagle Outfitters is looking to take advantage of the expected surge in mcommerce sales during the holiday shopping season with enhanced product merchandising in its mobile application.
Nothing since Apple’s introduction of push notifications in 2009 is as significant to mobile engagement as its support for interactive notifications and widgets in iOS 8.
In the past, retailers and brands have thought to build it and they will come. But shoppers do not want the hassle of having to go out of the way to adapt their shopping habits to mobile commerce.
QVC’s recent application revisions focus on simplifying and speeding up mcommerce and broadening video viewing and social media sharing.
CVS/pharmacy and Walgreens targeted mobile-wielding shoppers this holiday season, turning their focus post-Dec. 25 to printing photos, including ones shot with customers’ smartphones.