Iphone Application Of Ebay Australia Upgraded
Facilitating the visitor has been the key to remain ahead in any business, especially e-commerce and internet marketing. The number of people accessing the internet through the iPhone is increasing with leaps and bounds. When every business is trying to get adapted to the mobile platforms and operating system, eBay has found a unique way to remain tall in the face of competition. It has introduced the inclusion of barcode scanning technology to its iPhone application so that the prospective buyers have accesses to all the information coded in the bar code before buying anything from eBay. The prospective buyer after downloading this application on his/her iPhone has to just take the pictures and he/she is supplied with the concerned information.
Nowadays the prospective buyers on the internet have become so intelligent that they want to use the technology for scanning the barcode as well as compare the prices quoted by different websites on the internet.
These types of technologies have started influencing the consumer behavior especially the buying tendency.
Some of the experts at internet marketing are of the opinion that the inclusion of barcode scanning technology equips the shopper with an additional stratum of investigation. This technology is projected to flourish, especially when the prospective buyer has to serve himself/herself in the store.
The application of the barcode scanning technology has now spread to a wide array of products. EBay claims that with the help of this application the seller can strike a deal with the prospective buyer within as short time duration as 60 seconds. With the help of this application and RedLaser technology, the user clicks the photo of the barcode and the information encrypted in the code gets decoded automatically.
This application will be of much help to those who want to take the benefit of the auctions.
According to a statement realized by eBay Australia the eBay mobile commerce has suddenly increased. The statement also mentions that the range of iPhone owners that log in every day on to the eBay is 5-10%.
PayPal, the subsidiary of eBay, has come out with a report revealing that the mobile commerce has exploded to such an extent that the number of mobile transactions in Australia has hit $155 million in the year 2010.
The iPhones are now being used for striking better deals because this application allows the users to compare the prices quoted by different retailers.
The application can be used for multiple purposes like barcode scanning, looking for more affordable price and even conducting research on different products. It depends on the application user whether to buy the product through the mobile or utilize mobile device of doing things inside the store.