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Major US retailer Best Buy is one company that has been taking mobile commerce seriously, and the mobile site was among the examples we used in our recent Mobile E-commerce Best Practice Guide.
Best Buy also has a recently updated iPhone app, so I've been trying this out, and seeing how it compares to the mobile site...
Findaproperty.com released an iPhone app this week, bringing the property search engine to mobile users.
I've also been asking Findaproperty.com Product Manager Chris Boorman about the development of the new iPhone app...
Having introduced a new mobile website earlier this year, The Guardian's iPhone app was released today.
The app, developed by 2ergo, is £2.39 to download, offers some useful features, such as offline browsing, and a customisable homepage. I've been trying it out this morning...
Though there are now plenty of third party apps for this, Twitter has just launched a new mobile version of its website, optimised for iPhone, Android and N60.
I did try to use the old version of the mobile Twitter site before switching to Tweetie and Tweetdeck, and it wasn't the best user experience, and it was difficult to keep a track of mentions and direct messages.
According to the Twitter blog, plenty of people are still accessing Twitter via mobile browsers. I've been trying it out...
Toy retailer Toys R Us has just released a new mobile website, as well as apps for both Blackberry and iPhones.
The new app is targeted for the US market at the moment, though UK users can download it from the App Store. I've been trying the Toys R Us Big Book app out...
Yell.com has just released a free iPhone app allowing users to search for local businesses in the UK.
Political magazine The Spectator has just launched an iPhone app with an interesting subscription model. Unlike recent apps released by other publishers such as FT.com and The Telegraph, The Spectator's version charges users 59p per week for access.
However, while the subscription model might be intriguing, and offers a glimpse of how publishers may make money from mobile apps, it fails to deliver on user experience...
Earlier this week I came across a link to Trendsmap.com. On the surface, it's just another program that incorporates a function of Twitter into creating another service. But spend a few minutes with the site and you will quickly realise it is so much more.
The Flickr iPhone app was released this week, with many of the features that are available on the main site, browsing photos as well as uploading and tagging photos taken on the phone.
We use Flickr for hosting the photos used on this blog, and to upload iPhone screenshots I've had the option of uploading via email, or plugging the phone into the laptop and uploading this way, which can take some time.
I'm hoping that the app can make this process a little easier...
The eagerly awaited Spotify app is now available for download for UK and European mobile users to download, for both Android and iPhone users.
The app allows you to sync playlists, stream music to your phone through a wi-fi connection, and best of all, to access playlists when you are offline.
I've been trying the new Spotify iPhone app out...
Has your relationship with your paid search agency soured? Are you in denial about bad service and performance, hoping that things will suddenly change for the better?
To mark the release of Econsultancy’s new Paid Search Agencies Buyer’s Guide, here are some warning signs that it might be time to take your paid search accounts to a more deserving agency.