“TheFind” tablet application was featured on NewsWatch as part of its popular segment, AppWatch, that takes a look at the latest and coolest mobile applications and services on the iOS and Android market.
More people use tablets to browse and shop from the comfort of their living rooms. Unfortunately, many shopping apps leave a lot to be desired. In fact, only 12% of tablet users actually use those apps, according to a recent
TheFind developed an all-inclusive, personalized shopping experience that takes advantage of the rich imagery and touchscreen on an iPad. At the center of the app is TheFind’s patented search technology that combs through over five hundred thousand stores to find any item, from any store, at the best price. Once signed in to the app, users receive results on their favorite brands and stores. The more a user shops, the more the app learns and the more the shopping experience improves. Item purchases occur inside TheFind app without having to deal with unfriendly mobile sites. The app keeps track of everything bought online, including shopping history, returns, shipping, and delivery information.
To learn more about TheFind, visit http://app.thefindbuzz.com.
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