Campus Shift’s New Apps Saving Students Money On Textbooks

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Campus Shift, a student-to-student textbook marketplace, announces the release of its much anticipated Android and iPhone apps. The apps have received praise for simple navigation and innovative functionality, which allows students the ability to find, purchase and sell textbooks.

Campus Shift, the first local and national student-to-student, safe and secure, “Craigslist” like textbook marketplace, quietly announced today the release of its much anticipated Android and iPhone apps that also offer a search engine allowing users to find, purchase, and sell textbooks with access to over fifty vendors online.

Students have praised the new apps UI, plus the easy navigation and functionality provided. However, they are most pleased with the money they are saving. One student was excited to have saved over four hundred dollars this semester, which appears to be the average savings per user thus far.

Co-Founder Jeff Lorton is pleased to hear the positive feedback saying, “Users so far have responded in a positive manner and the apps are doing exactly what we intended - providing students broader access to textbooks while offering them a way to save money when they purchase them. We’re excited by the response we’ve received so far but there is still much to be done.”

Campus Shift has a field office on the West Coast located in San Francisco, but also has roots in Youngstown.

With the apps successful releases behind them, the highly talented and experienced team at Campus Shift, which also includes CTO Derek Haake and Dan Fisher who heads Campus Relations, can focus their sights on funding, with interest coming in from both the private and public sectors, while growing overall usage.

If you’d like more information, or to schedule an interview with Jeff Lorton or a member of the team, please call +1-415-269-3860 or email Jeff at jeff(at)campusshift(dot)com. Investors can find Campus Shift profiles at and

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