The last 3 applications to discover
PriceMinister draws a new iPhone application…. Lemon Way turns your smartphone into a wallet…. [Wishlist] Condé Nast launches 4 applications with Vogue, GQ, Glamor and AD…. Focus on three new applications.
PriceMinister unveils a new iPhone application
According to our information, PriceMinister has just launched a new iPhone application dedicated to online buyers, after launching its “Scan-Sell” app for sellers as well as a mobile site.
The new application provides access to all new and used products. Mobile users can thus view detailed information and read reviews posted by other PriceMembers on all products.
On the payment side, the application is based on the solution developed by Buyster, which allows you to pay for purchases with a simple confidential code directly from your mobile phone.
Also on the menu, the possibility of accessing a selection of good deals called “The essentials”, of scanning the barcode of a product to compare its price and check its availability, and finally, to create shopping lists.
With this new application, Priceminister therefore intends to follow in the footsteps of its owner, the Japanese Rakuten, who nearly 25% of its turnover from mobile sales.
Lemon Way turns your smartphone into a wallet
The Lemon Way app presents itself as a social network dedicated to mobile payment. The goal is simple: to facilitate money transfers between mobile users.
Available on the App Store and Google Play, it allows, for example, to pay for a common birthday present, to reimburse a friend or to get paid.
Concretely, the user must first create an account with his telephone number, email address, name and first name. A confirmation SMS then provides him with a 6-digit secret code. To pay, all you have to do is connect to the application and top up your account by credit card. It is then possible to send money to all French mobile numbers.
The new version of the application, available since the beginning of November, offers the possibility of paying merchants who are members of the Lemon Way network, in particular via a QR code system.
Use of the service is free for mobile users.
[Wishlist] Condé Nast launches 4 apps with Vogue, GQ, Glamor and AD
The Condé Nast Group yesterday launched four new applications specially dedicated to Christmas shopping. Thanks to these applications developed around the titles Vogue, GQ, Glamour and AD, mobile users can find a selection of 100 gift ideas inside each application.
After having made their wishlists, users also have the possibility of finding the associated points of sale thanks to a geolocation system.
The group specifies that after the end of the year period, the applications will continue to offer selections of gifts according to different themes.
24 hours after launch, the apps have reportedly been downloaded over 2,000 times.