Posted by TeamPC on 2 Mar 2010
Spring has almost sprung and although we haven’t spotted any daffs yet, we’ve certainly discovered a crop of shiny new apps this month! With 4.5 billion apps estimated to be downloaded in 2010, apps are providing brands with opportunities to engage with their customers to provide new experiences.
This month we’re focusing on apps for retailers. Why not see if there any of these could apply to your business?
Next: shop on the move, including homeware as well as clothes, this app has had brilliant reviews and is so much lighter to carry than their Directory.
BA Flights: online check-in, arrivals and departure information…the only downside we can think of is that doesn’t come with a free flight!
Natwest: you’ve probably not used your phone to check your finances since the 90s (ah, remember the joy of those call centres), but this is fast and secure.
Tesco: no need for plastic cards anymore, this app turns your iPhone into your clubcard, you even get to scan it yourself…beep!
North Face: there was more snow in Scotland than at last month’s Winter Olympics, so use this app to check the snowfall in your ski resort with your own personal forecast.
We’d love to know which apps you rate and can’t live with out and so please let us know!
If you are want to talk to us about developing the perfect app for your business then email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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