Tesco app to encourage individuals to sell their old mobile to buy a Nokia smartphone?
13 August 2010 — 4:02 PM
Individuals who dread the weekly shop may want to sell their old mobile so they can upgrade to a Nokia smartphone, because the Ovi Store has now launched a Tesco Groceries app.
In an article for Nok Nok, Phil B said the app is "incredibly" simple to use and the menus are appealing.
"If you're not quite sure what you're looking for, you can also shop by categories, with products broken down into: fresh food, bakery, food cupboard, frozen food, drinks and baby," he added.
Mr B noted the application is ideal for those who do not want to leave the comfort of their armchair to do their shopping.
He explained mobile users can search for products they want to purchase and add it to their list.
And the expert stated the app enables users to see what they have in their basket during any stage of the process.
Earlier this week, the London Tube app for the iPhone was updated and it now gives mobile users the option to search for the nearest docking stations in the new Barclays Cycle Hire scheme in the capital.
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