New Pick n Pay app gets 10 000 downloads in 1 day
By Thembelihle Mkhonza - Aug 10th 2017, 11:33
Retailer Pick n Pay app exceeds 10 000 downloads within first 24 hours of its release, with numbers continuing to grow. Retail giant last week released the latest version of its mobile app for Android.
On Monday, the iPhone version was released, and the retailer expects comparable download volumes.
The app offers practical updates that have been designed to enhance the Pick n Pay shopping experience. It also brings all the functionality of the Smart Shopper kiosk to the palm of users’ hands.
Head of Customer Experience for PnP Online, Georgina Muirhead “The Pick n Pay shopping experience has always been about convenience and the app has been designed to bring ease and simplicity to grocery shopping”.
“We’ve been listening to our app users and we wanted to bring them the features they’ve been asking for. We believe this latest release offers a greatly improved user experience, as well as several new features our users will love,” said Muirhead. © 2017 Independent Media and affiliated companies.
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