Last-minute mobile ticketing application Gametime now lets users see which games and shows their friends are planning to attend and find the closest available seats via a new feature called Connect.
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Affordable fashion retailer Forever 21 has launched its first Android shopping application, offering features such as horizontal swiping to move between products, Scan & Shop, one-page checkout and social integration.
Overall, mcommerce is expected to account for 40 percent of all global online transactions by the end of 2015. To be successful, marketers must have a strong hold on mobile performance marketing methods to drive sales.
New research from several sources last week shows that while mobile sales are growing this holiday season, users are frustrated with the mobile shopping experience and that social commerce could be next year’s fastest rising star.
Apparel and accessories brand Lacoste is running an ongoing campaign on Snapchat using its crocodile logo and offering 20 percent off customers’ next purchase.
Top social networks such as Facebook and Pinterest are playing a bigger role for retailers’ mobile strategy by propelling shoppers into social commerce, as evidenced by sales numbers from Thanksgiving weekend.
Activision Publishing is requesting photos and videos of fans playing the new Skylanders game for a chance to win prizes since it is now compatible on the latest tablet devices for play.
A new fashion mobile application that aggregates mainstream content such as J. Crew and Asos clothing items features a Tinder-inspired swiping feature that allows users to swipe right or left depending on if they like the items they see.
NEW YORK – Budweiser and Discover executives at the ad:tech New York conference discussed how their brands reach consumers at the point of sale using contextual experiences, which may include digital interactivity and social conversations.
Leather goods maker Coach’s new stand-alone mobile application plays on its Peanuts collection and features fun photo activities.