Mobile payments are on the rise lately. With more companies that are offering mobile and in app payments, it is hard to look the other way when thinking of mobile payment’s potential. To add to the ever growing world is Snappett.
Snappett is a mobile application, available for both iOS and Android devices, that uses geo-location to show fashion retail stores located near it users. Now in addition to just showing the users where they can physically purchase their desired products, Snappett, with PriceGrabber who bought out the mobile platform last, has begun to offer purchasing directly from the app. The function will allow for users to buy any product from Snappett’s participating retailers, and have it shipped to them from within the app.
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“With the addition of in-app purchase, we are now enabling users to be able to purchase products from many of our retailer partners, making product discovery truly actionable.” Added co-founder Jinhee Ahn Kim, about their new feature.
The app integrates services from Braintree, FedEx and DHL to complete the checkout and shipping process.
The use of mobile applications is at an all-time high. More people use their smartphone and its apps for most of their internet needs. With a plethora of other companies who offer mobile and in app payments, it seems that a large part of online payments is moving to mobile devices, not because it is innovative, but because that’s where the customer are.