Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment launched a new Movie of the Day application to capitalize on the convenience of mobile and the added pressure to purchase in a timely manner through time-sensitive deals.
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Mobile Minutes: Apple’s digital refunds; NYC mobile payments for traffic tickets; Huawei smartphones rise; New job appsJanuary 2, 2015
Today in mobile marketing – Apple offers two-week refund period for digital purchases made in Europe; App-etite for Bitcoin: City explores mobile payments for parking tickets; China’s Huawei 2014 smartphone sales rise by a third; When you want a new job, but don’t feel like looking.
In its latest financial results released this week, Amazon revealed that the number of customers for the Amazon Appstore nearly tripled in the fourth quarter compared to the third quarter.
In this rant, I am going to point out what many of you already know – that the iVerse is under attack. By whom, you ask? By a pairing of unlikely conspirators: Google and Amazon.
Retail giant Best Buy is placing an iPhone application at the center of its national Buy Back campaign that is intended to convince consumers to upgrade to latest and greatest consumer electronics products.
Investment banking giants Goldman Sachs and Oppenheimer are among the first brands advertising within the new Bloomberg Businessweek application for Apple’s iPad.
Texas-based restaurant chain la Madeleine claims that its overall takeout business has increased 6 percent, driven by opening up new customer touch points for placing orders across online, social media, a call center and mobile.
Bank of America’s Merrill Lynch has launched applications for Apple’s iPhone and iPad and Research In Motion’s BlackBerry devices for clients of Merrill Lynch Wealth Management and Merrill Edge.
Omaha Steaks’ new commerce-enabled Steak Time application for Apple’s iPad is designed to keep the brand top of mind and influence the purchase decisions of affluent early-adopters.
Jewelry retailer James Allen’s new application for Apple’s iPhone and iPad lets consumers view more than 20,000 diamonds and browse engagement rings from their mobile devices.