Surviving the confines of a shopping mall with your sanity intact is a challenging task to say the least. Between the hordes of crazy shoppers rifling aggressively though clothing racks, to the slow tourist family taking up so much of the walkway, trying to get out alive becomes a mission only capable of the likes of James Bond. Don’t even talk to me about trying to save money while at the mall; you’ll always get home and stupidly check the internet just to see if you could get it cheaper. Guess what? You could have saved yourself at least $100 and before you know it, buyer’s guilt rears its ugly head. Your sanity could have been saved if you had at least one of these top shopping apps.
Primarily ranged at twenty-something’s, ASOS is essentially a one stop shop for all the latest fashions. Coming in at reasonable prices, ASOS features everything from boutique labels to high fashion and popular brands. Create your own outfits, get inspiration, and buy from the app itself.
While Instagram’s main purpose is to provide a photo service for its users, many labels and businesses are using it as a direct link to purchasing items from their website. By following clothing and jewellery labels on Instagram, you can gather inspiration for your new outfit and buy straight from the link they provide.
Have you ever heard of Shazam? A music app that satisfies your urge to find out a song title by listening to whatever’s playing and scouring the web for that exact song. Wouldn’t it be great if they had something like that for fashion? Well luckily for you, they do! If you’ve ever spotted an item on a stranger and been too shy to ask them where they got it, Fashion Kaleidoscope allows you track the item sneakily.
Do you know how hard it is to simply find a top? Not any top, but a horizontal pinstriped tip, where the stripes aren’t too big where I look like a whale. Oh, and it needs to have long sleeves and sequined shoulders. You probably don’t, but the Shopstyle app certainly will. It has the ability to search a massive database of online stores – essentially it’s the Google of fashion.
Anything you want, Amazon.com probably has it. The mobile app makes it so much easier now to shop from your phone. The app works the same as the original website with more mobile friendly options for easy navigation. The highlight of this app is definitely the photo item finder – simple take a photo of a product with your smartphone camera and Amazon will identify and locate that exact product on their website.
There you have it! If you have an online shopping app and are hoping to grace a list like this one day, check outBrus Media by heading to this website, for some great option on how to effectively monetise your app.
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