Releases by MobiCart:
M-commerce pioneer MobiCart launches support for Android and New iPad
Apr 20, 2012 - M-commerce app builder Mobicart has launched two additional platforms, making it readily available to the mass marketplace. Following on from the launch of the successful iPhone m-commerce app builder at DEMO Fall 2010 in California's Silicon Valley, MobiCart is now available on Android phones and iPad tablets. The platform has been uniquely designed to replicate a magazine with the ability to turn pages and flick through your product catalog.
Former Google Director Joins the MobiCart Ranks
May 25, 2011 - MobiCart announces that leading industrialist and Google's former Director of Online Sales and Operations, Stephen Lusty has joined them as Chairman and Investor. MobiCart is taking m-commerce to a new level of personalization by enabling anyone to quickly deploy a native storefront application on iOS and Android devices. With its portfolio of m-commerce shopping cart solutions it provides a smart, simple and unique path to taking a business mobile reaching customers 24/7.
M-commerce pioneer MobiCart secures investment
Mar 28, 2011 - Last year, MobiCart became one of the first m-commerce app builders, making it easy for online retailers to tap into the growing mobile industry. Already proving a hit, the iPhone platform launched last year and support for Android and iPad are due to be released in the next eight weeks. After securing investment from the Finance for Business North East Angel Fund as part of its funding round, work is set to start on a series of exciting new projects.
MobiCart - Free M-Commerce App Builder for iOS and Android
Dec 07, 2010 - MobiCart today announces its free, mobile-optimized e-commerce storefront development solution for Apple iOS and Google Android devices. MobiCart enables retailers to easily develop customized applications for end-user download onto their mobile devices while also providing a comprehensive back-end management platform for inventory control. MobiCart works as a standalone storefront, so businesses can develop their own mobile e-commerce site without even having a website.