OSIX Announces Release Of Customizable Shopping Playground For Facebook Users

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ishopp lets Facebook users create their own shopping homepage with their favorite stores, shopping lists, birthday calendar, personalized deals, and more.

”ishopp lets users personalize, organize and socialize their shopping and gift giving activities.” says Staci Cole, cofounder of OSIX. “ishopp was developed to make the online shopping experience more personal, rewarding and fun.”

OSIX today announced the beta launch of ishopp (http://www.ishopp.com), a free social web application, where users can create their own Mall, organize their shopping activities, create and share gift lists, connect with friends, give virtual gifts and earn gift cards. ishopp can be found on Facebook and at http://www.ishopp.com.

ishopp is a social community for people who enjoy shopping online. ishopp provides the convenience of one click access to your favorite stores and brands, bringing the shopping aisles directly to your computer. ishopp allows users to create their own personalized Mall and be alerted to discounts and deals at their selected stores. The ishopp bookmarklet lets users add items to their lists from any website.

ishopp is integrated with the user’s Facebook account. ishopp’s calendar tool alerts the user to upcoming birthdays and other special occasions. With the simple click of the mouse, users can send iGifts and invite friends to join them in the ishopp experience.

OSIX today also announced the launch of coshopp, the first universal coshopping application, which gives users the ability to go shopping with anyone, anytime. coshopp brings online the interaction, idea sharing, and fun that people have when they go shopping together at a mall.

About OSIX
At OSIX, our mission is to connect people around shopping. Our social web applications are free, fun and functional. Headquartered in Palo Alto, California, the OSIX team includes Stanford-trained engineers, retail industry veterans, award-winning graphic artists and skilled programmers in San Francisco, Seattle and Shanghai, China.

Jamie Kopmann, OSIX, 310-743-5300, jkopmann(at)osixco(dot)com


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