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APP OF THE DAY: Brands Exclusive

APP OF THE DAY: Brands Exclusive

Will be one of your favourite apps if you are a massive fan of online shopping

Brands Exclusive
Cost: Free | Developer: Brands Exclusive Australia | Platform: iOS | Version 4.0 | 10.2MB | 5.0+

From the latest technology gadgets to household appliances, Brands Exclusive has been a vital source for many online shoppers. Now, the online store is available as an app.

Key in your user name and password and you will be provided with a clean, managed layout of all the brands on sale to choose from.

When you pick the brand you want to browse, the app enables you to view multiple images of them (if more than one image is provided) and upon selecting the item, offers more information such as quantity and product details.

If you are happy with the product, just add to cart and it brings you to the ‘basket’ where all your selected products are stored. Even if you exit the app and return, your selected items will be stored in the basket until you purchase them. There is a direct link to the basket if you wish to skip the shopping process and directly purchase items you have selected previously.

The app also allows you to check up on your orders, allowing you to keep track of your purchases.

This app was reviewed on an iPhone 4. Pros: Simple and easy to use app.

Cons: Totally addictive – you might end up browsing items all day.

Verdict: Will be one of your favourite apps if you are a massive fan of online shopping.

Get it here: Got a favourite app? Email our appmeister, Patrick Budmar, your review or the name of the app you would like to see reviewed.

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