Coronavirus Outbreak: Varun Dhawan unites with Flipkart Video to launch stay-at-home reality show, Entertainer No 1
Varun Dhawan's show provides an opportunity for people to showcase their skills from home during the coronavirus lockdown.
The company has now decided to pull the plug on the feature, owing to lack of customer interest
We’ve heard about Flipkart and Myntra’s move to go app only for a long time now. Over the past year, the thought behind an app only strategy has been weighed both from a business as well as consumer’s point of view.
Major e-commerce player Flipkart began with its Big Billion Days sale today. Unlike the previous year, wherein the company faced technical glitches and price discrepancies, Flipkart aimed at providing a hassle free experience.
eCommerce major Flipkart today said it is focused on developing products for mobile devices but has not decided on the timeline to go app-only.
After its fashion e-store Myntra, Flipkart is all set to go app-only, probably as soon as September.
After its fashion store Myntra, Flipkart is all set to go app-only starting this September.
Flipkart's Big App Shopping Days is the company's annual sale that after the flak it received for its last sale, this time we hope the company has learnt from its mistakes. For those looking for a good catch, here are some of the deals that you could look forward to.
India's leading fashion and lifestyle retail portal Myntra closed down its desktop site on Friday and moved completely to its app-only platform.
One of its first partners is Flipkart and the CEO Sachin Bansal had tweeted out in support of Airtel Zero and how it doesn't go against net neutrality.
While Myntra is expected to shut down its desktop-based website by the year end, Mint reports that Flipkart may be following suit.
Flipkart has finally launched its native Android app. The e-commerce site earlier had its mobile shopping site disguised as an app...