Big data solutions company, Invigor Group Limited, has launched its iOS app for price comparison browser extension, Shopping Ninja.
The new app is free to consumers from the App Store and it is said to combine with the Android app to give Shopping Ninja the ability to communicate with consumers wherever they are and on whatever device they choose.
The company said its growth in users has been exponential with downloads of the app and browser extension reaching more than 11,000 and visitors to the website of over 70,000 after its launch in May 2015.
Shopping Ninja said that retailers continue to sign as affiliates of the product and pay a commission to Invigor to sales via Shopping Ninja.
Invigor chief executive, Gary Cohen, said the company is focused on building a product suite that specifically meets the demands of our users ands how they interact with the brand.
“Mobile is a major growth area and it was important to develop Shopping Ninja across these platforms to ensure further customer acquisition and satisfaction, therefore leading to continued growth for the business,” he said.
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