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The company launched their iOS app in the Apple App Store today, the first full release of a product that has been in the works for a while. Omni has been operating in the San Francisco area for several months now, working with a limited user base and distributing its mobile product on a test basis. The company is trying to build an on-demand warehouse for bags of items that users ask to be picked up. Omni will then unpack boxes or bags of items that it receives, itemizing every item and cataloging a high-resolution photo of it. Once items are in Omni’s database, users can withdraw them on two hours’ notice. The company is just getting started but has already attracted the attention of no less than 24 investors who have piled into Omni’s seed round.
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Sure, online stores are now much better about offering mobile-optimized sites than they were a few years ago — but even then, plugging in your credit card information on your phone’s keyboard is a pain, and quickly buying multiple items from multiple stories is basically out of the question. There are a few good experiences to be had (I’ve used Amazon’s mobile apps plenty of times, and they generally work well). But it’s the exception, not the rule. That’s why Kima Labs built TapBuy, a new mobile app (and platform) with a focus on making the mobile shopping experience as good as it should be.
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It’s the company’s first native mobile app after having a mobile web-based presence for awhile. What’s unique about Giftly is that you can send any kind of gift without having to go through a merchant. There aren’t limitations on what kinds of presents you can send, unlike competitors like Karma (which was recently acquired by Facebook and has a limited catalogue of items to choose from). You enter the app and can pick from a suggested selection of items from beer to a meal to a day in Paris. Or you can invent your own gifts. The trick underlying the app is that Giftly has a web of relationships with banks and credit card processors. The company’s new app lets you send gifts directly through your phone. There’s also more ability for follow-through after the recipient gets their gift. Wrapp. Wrapp Brings Social, Mobile Gifting Service To The U.S.; Partners With The Gap, H&M And Others.
Wrapp, a social gifting service backed by Greylock Partners and Atomico, is crossing the pond with the U.S. launch of its mobile gift card and retail app.
Wrapp, which was available previously only in the UK, Norway, Sweden and Japan, Wrapp is actually launching today with a number of U.S. retailers including Fab, Gap, H&M, Sephora, The Wall Street Journal, Wayfair, and others. As we’ve reported in the past, Wrapp was co-founded by Rebtel and SendIt founder Hjalmar Winbladh, Spotify founding CTO Andreas Ehn, and lets friends give, receive and redeem digital gift cards using mobile devices, and allows friends to contribute to gifts given by mutual friends. With Wrapp, which offers iPhone, Android and web apps, you sign in via your Facebook account, and you can then tap the Celebration tab on the app, browse your friends or major events, and select the person you want to send a gift card to.
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With its combination of in-store hardware and user-friendly mobile app that pinged customers with deals when they walked into a participating merchant, it looked like one crucial part of the mobile commerce puzzle — actually getting people to use their phones to get deals on goods and buy them — was finally cracked. Today, at a time when many startups still shy away from talk of business models, shopkick has done something else: it’s reached profitability. As of Q4, the company is in the black, it announced today. Shopkick says that the $200 million figure is more than double what it made in 2011 — in total it’s driven $300 million in revenue since first launching in the autumn of 2010.
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