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Southeast Asian online shoppers lead the world in spending via apps

Southeast Asian online shoppers are leading the world when it comes to spending on shopping apps.

Southeast Asian online shoppers lead the world in spending via apps

Southeast Asian online shoppers are leading the world when it comes to spending on shopping apps.

What’s next for the global app market, as spending surges?

This year will mark the 10th anniversary of the global app market, driven by Apple and Google.

Wine service app BottlesXO now in Hong Kong

A wine delivery service via app, BottlesXO, aims to deliver Hong Kong orders within 60 minutes.

Wine service app BottlesXO Singapore-bound

A wine delivery service via app, BottlesXO, aims to deliver Hong Kong orders within 60 minutes.

Price hike for Apple apps

Apple raises the price of apps in Singapore and six other countries.

Shoppers love location based services

More than half of shoppers in Singapore and other Asian markets are interested in location based services in-store according to a study.

Hungry King lures $10m in capital

Just three months after launch, Hong Kong food delivery app Hungry King delivers 3000 orders a day.

Angels bankroll Gaya Flores

In just three months new floral and gift ordering app Gaya Flores has caught the imagination of Hong Kong residents – and investors.

New technology promises shopping revolution

New technology on display in Korea this week demonstrates how consumers can go shopping in a supermarket, scan the barcodes of the products they want to buy and have them delivered at home.

Smart shopping list concept debuts

Booodl is a smart shopping list which helps consumers get the most out of their physical shopping trips by connecting the online and offline worlds.

App store sales top $10 billion

Apple said customers spent over $10 billion on its App store in 2013. App store customers downloaded almost 3 billion apps in December making it the most successful month in App store history. Apple’s developers have now earned $15 billion on the App store. With the introduction of iOS 7, developers were able to create apps that took advantage of the redesigned user interface and the more than 200 new features and APIs. Developers such as Evernote, Yahoo!, AirBnB, OpenTable, Tumblr, Pint…