In this digital era, one simply cannot undermine the significant role of technology in every aspect of life. You just cannot deny that technology today has radically transformed the way we live, communicate and even shop. Now we are never ever spotted without a mobile phone and we rely completely on it from talking with family and friends to deciding what to wear or where to shop.
Today various shopping apps are available on your iPhone or Android, in Australia, to make shopping a pleasurable experience. These apps help you do smart buying and you end up getting the best deals. No more making costly mistakes due to impulsive buying. Various price comparison apps have come up to guide you while shopping. You no longer require a friend’s advice to make sure that you are getting the best deal. Your phone is capable of providing you with all your shopping solutions. Here are some of the latest and the most popular mobile shopping apps in Australia.
Scan2List is a free iPhone App that has specifically been designed for Australian shoppers. It allows you to quickly create shopping lists simply by scanning the items’ barcodes directly onto your iPhone and add them manually to your list. Shopping lists could be saved by you for future use. Moreover, the list could be synchronized with some other Scan2List users, in your household. This makes it quite convenient for you to add something you had missed out on the shopping list when your people are out shopping. You could download this amazing shopping App from the iTunes App Store for free. You also have the option of downloading it directly from their website.
CATCH OF THE DAY
This is one of Australia’s premium and most popular shopping apps with over 3700 reviews and also, an average Apple Store rating of 4.5. People are really happy with this app because it is very easy and convenient to use. Moreover, the app is capable of putting multiple items from multiple brands in your basket and in just one check-out.
Catch of the Day is known for selling discounted sporting equipment, beauty, fashion, tech, office chairs and street wear, among many others with over 15,000 products spanning 500 major brands. Timed deals are usually, announced at 12 PM, 4 PM and 7 PM daily, with push notifications to alert members. It offers one of the most convenient and easiest shopping experiences thanks to its single-tap purchase feature.
ASOS is the app in demand for anything and everything related to fashion with over 3000 reviews and an Apple Store average rating of 4.5. It has a simple and clean design just right for users as it is effortlessly navigable. It boasts of a super-quick check-out and only takes about 15 seconds for processing a purchase.
ASOS boasts of an extensive inventory of 850 brands. You may go about filtering your search by size, type, price, brand and even color. You could watch videos of the different products being modeled and displayed on ASOS catwalk. It boasts of a built-in convenient credit card scanner via your phone’s camera.
This is launched by Catch of the Day and is supposed to be the best app for all kinds of grocery shopping. It has over 1700 reviews and has bagged an average star rating of 4.5. The app stocks all leading brands. The products are listed in precise categories including health, pantry, pet supplies, diet, beauty, cleaning and toiletries. If you tap a product, you could see the features, nutritional value, and the images. Daily deals are announced via push messages. You need to pay $9.99 as delivery charges anywhere within Australia.
This is New Zealand and Australia’s fashion shopping app that boasts of over 700 top brands and over 200 new products added daily. Fast delivery, free returns, and free shipping make this a hot favorite app. It has a truly user-friendly navigation and has an average star rating of 4.5.
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