Given the ubiquity of smartphones, it's hardly a surprise that shoppers are relying on them to make informed purchasing decisions on the fly. What is surprising, however, is which apps are getting the most attention.
Shopkick is expanding its location-based consumer rewards application, enabling shoppers to make purchases directly within the app.
Shopkick, whose location-based consumer rewards application is now in use across more than 7,500 retail stores and malls nationwide, achieved its first profitable quarter during the fourth quarter of 2012, a little more than two years after the company first rolled out its service.
Forty-seven percent of all U.S. smartphone owners used mobile shopping applications in June 2012, according to new Nielsen research.
Macy's is expanding shopkick's location-based rewards application to all of its 800-plus stores across the U.S.
MasterCard is partnering with location-based mobile marketing platform shopkick to offer consumer rewards and special offers at select retail locations across the U.S.
Target will expand Shopkick's location-based mobile rewards program across all of its 1,764 U.S. retail locations. The free Shopkick app, which is available for devices running Apple's (NASDAQ:AAPL)
Mobile retail solutions provider shopkick announced that its location-based rewards application now touts 3 million active users just over a year after the solution first launched. The free shopkick
With the Black Friday shopping frenzy looming, Visa is partnering with mobile retail solutions provider shopkick to offer cardholders rewards points at the point of sale. The shopkick solution awards
SAN DIEGO--Billed as a spotlight on disruptive mobile technologies, Thursday's keynote here at CTIA Enterprise & Applications 2011 instead evolved into an exploration of whether the technologies