Are you using eBay on your mobile?
31 March 2010 — 6:00 PM
Selling an item on eBay could soon be easier than ever, thanks to a new application for the Apple iPhone.
Those who enjoy using the website to buy and sell goods could wish to download the app to their iPhone or upgrade to the handset.
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More than eight million people are keeping up to date with eBay while on the move and the website has announced it expects to generate $1.5 billion (£990 million) in merchandise volume through its mobile platform in 2010.
Lorrie Norrington, president of eBay Marketplaces, said: "The eBay Selling app makes it easy for sellers to bring even greater value and selection to eBay and offer more great deals for buyers."
She added it has put the world's largest marketplace in the palm of the hand.
eBay was founded in 1995.
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