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Scan and Shop app makes online shopping easier

11 Dec 2012 09:33
kalahari.com has launched a Scan and Shop app that allows shoppers to scan barcodes, compare prices, browse and buy thousands of products online. The app comes with helpful features to equip shoppers.
  • Barcode scanning - shoppers can direct the scanner at a book, DVD, CD, game or gadget barcode and it will scan automatically and compare the price to the products found at kalahari.com.
  • Search - shoppers can type in what they are looking for and the app will display one of the relevant products from the 8 million products available on the site.
  • View promotions - bargain hunters keen to find the hottest deals, can use the app to check out the daily promotions and save money.
  • Browse by category - the app offers the online equivalent of window-shopping or walking through aisles by allowing viewers to select a category and see what is on offer.
  • Buy - if shoppers find something they like, they can easily proceed to checkout, either via the app or through their internet browser.
  • Help - a help page is available for important queries and to set shoppers' minds at ease.
The app is now available on Android will be available for iPhone shortly.
    
 
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Read more: kalahari, Kalahari.com

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