Through the years, eBay has proven itself as a very viable e-commerce site providing consumers with fast and reliable platform for both selling and buying consumer goods. But that’s just eBay’s web interface.
Today, eBay is taking its selling business on mobile, specifically on the iPhone with the release of two new apps – eBay.com global marketplace and the new Â eBayClassifieds.com site. Â Both these iPhone apps allows you to take photos of an item that you want to sell, upload it to Ebay.com or EbayClassifieds and wait until someone notice and buys it. Â A pretty simple and quick way of transacting sales online, with the help of the iPhone.
â€œThe eBay Selling app makes it easy for sellers to bring even greater value and selection to eBay and offer more great deals for buyers. Whether selling or shopping, weâ€™ve put the worldâ€™s largest online marketplace in the palm of your hand, and weâ€™ve introduced a great new option for consumers who prefer to sell and buy in a trusted, family friendly local classifieds format,â€ said Lorrie Norrington, president of eBay Marketplaces.
True enough both the Ebay Selling App and Ebay Classifieds app lets you do the following:
For eBay Selling Ap – point, shoot and click to list an item from their iPhones in 60 seconds or less, research sales trends and price ranges on eBay and list similar items for sale,Â easily and clearly view the status of items for sale,Â share listings with Facebook and Twitter social networks andÂ quickly link to other eBay and PayPal iPhone apps.
For eBay Classifieds App – free ad postings in less than a minute with up to eight photos, either from the iPhoneâ€™s photo library or its camera, fast and simple search by keyword, location, price range and other attributes andÂ single-page ad view with reply, watch, and share features â€“ all while on the go.
And before I forgot, if you ordered the iPad, you’d be among the first users who will enjoy the upcoming eBay app for the iPad.
Here’s a demo of the eBay Classifieds iPhone app: