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Wedding registry marketplace Zola is attempting to merge offline and online shopping by enabling users to view items in a real-world showroom via an iPad application and register those they like.
Mobile Minutes: Apple’s iPad delay; Miami airport’s customs app; Shazam for objects; Wireless charging dataMarch 6, 2015
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When it comes to leaving a tip in a casual restaurant, 68 percent of customers would prefer to do so via an iPad, according to a new report from Software Advice.
EBay has revamped its iPad application with a photo-heavy design and features similar to social media site Pinterest to bolster sales and dip its toes into product discovery.
Outdoor gear and apparel retailer REI is offering an optimized shopping and product research experience with its new iPad application that also features updates to the REI Snow Report tool.
Swedish camera brand Hasselblad is educating established and potential consumers on the use of its products through a new mobile application.
PHILADELPHIA – Clothing retailer Barneys is working hard to make sure the shopping experience on mobile devices is as personalized as possible by pushing product recommendations and other content based on browsing history, and connecting browsing to actual transactions.
Domino’s is touting the iPad’s potential to drive mobile ordering in a new campaign that highlights the tablet-optimized features in its app and encourages users to return every day for a chance at free pizza.
Reportedly one of the most interactive apps on the market, the new features ooze customization to give institutional clients content when and how they want it.