GiftyTreat to launch its first Android App on Google Play next month

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To be unique from other online shops which have been launched with the same motive, the shop mostly sells collectibles with good examples being patriotic gifts, medieval items and archaic items from the Victorian age. Most of these are in the $ 20 to $ 50 range and hence suitable for gift shoppers on a tight budget. With three years in business, it is no longer a startup but a promising gift shop which is gradually growing popular with collectors as well as gift shoppers.

The shop’s management has announced that it expects to launch an Android app on Google Play next month. According to the management’s spokesman, the majority of people have lost the taste in conventional desktops and laptop computers and are now preferred browsing the Internet on their mobile devices. He says that Google’s Android Operating System is a popular platform which dominates the world’s mobile device market, [ Gifttreat decision to place its upcoming app on Google Play first before developing versions for other mobile application stores. -He also adds that their main intent is to tap into this market, which now prefers using tablets and Smartphones. The app will make it easier for customers to browse through the shop’s product listings among other conveniences.’s spokesman did not disclose the Apps features but it is not hard to guess. The first expectation is that it will borrow several aspects from the shop’s original website. For instance, items will be arranged in categories for easy browsing. Important links like those which direct a customer to the checkout page will also be highlighted to make the app user friendly. However, customers should be assured that the new application will harbor everything which was previously accessible from the website. This implies that they will be able to checkout, call customer care and get instant alerts on new promotions.

It should be noted that GiftyTreat’s current website is mobile friendly. People who use mobile devices to shop on the internet will have no problems making purchases although the app will be a bit more convenient. For instance, the original website can only be accessed via a browser. Most mobile browsers do not allow the user to open several tabs. Consequently, they cannot pick up from where they left if by any case the need arises to navigate away and check something out from a different website. The new app is expected to come with such and more capabilities.

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