Marsh Supermarkets is giving its customers a unique spin on the standard rewards-earning with a new mobile application that gifts users real money to use at the store in reward for viewing in-app ads.
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El Pollo Loco is starting to play catch up with other fast food chains with the addition of a new mobile ordering application that integrates a loyalty program as well as other modern features into a single mobile package.
Omaha Steaks is ringing in the holiday season with a newly launched mobile application for Apple devices that lets customers send the gift of beef to their loved ones.
With Black Friday and Cyber Monday just around the corner, some brands, such as Sears, are eager to get the shopping craze rolling and are responding by offering exclusive early deals to their mobile application users.
Online real estate company Zillow is accommodating its mobile users by rolling out a video walkthrough feature that allows sellers to easily create videos on their smartphones.
Adidas Football is bringing in the next phase of its history with an unorthodox approach: a new, exclusive application that allows users to customize their own cleats.
PALM SPRINGS, CA – A Target executive at the Mobile Shopping Summit 2016 walked through how it is able to create magical moments on mobile that keep the focus on helping its customer by emphasizing on the little things, keeping it simple and testing every detail.
Colonial Williamsburg, the historical tourist destination in Virginia, is taking one aspect of its customer experience into the 21st century with the release of its newest mobile companion application, complete with mapping, reservation-making and a camera filter.
National Basketball Association team the Dallas Mavericks has launched a new mobile application for the 2016-2017 season, with features designed to improve fan experience before, during and after the game, taking advantage of the many ways mobile can be a tool outside the retail space.
U.S. Bank is using mobile geolocation to address a commonly experienced inefficiency with the advent of online fraud protection: banks blocking non-fraudulent transactions due to assumptions about normal buying patterns.