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Myntra's app-only decision reportedly backfired; here's why a lite mobile website could work
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Myntra's app-only decision reportedly backfired; here's why a lite mobile website could work

Myntra, the first site that announced to go app-only, has now taken a U turn. Yes, looks like Myntra's app-only strategy has failed and the company is all set to roll out a mobile site

Flipkart now introduces mobile website 'Flipkart Lite' after pushing its app-only strategy
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Flipkart now introduces mobile website 'Flipkart Lite' after pushing its app-only strategy

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.

Flipkart introduces new social feature Ping to app; has no plans to go app-only anytime soon
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Flipkart introduces new social feature Ping to app; has no plans to go app-only anytime soon

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.

Flipkart to go app-only soon; Twitterati say it's a 'wrong move'
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Flipkart to go app-only soon; Twitterati say it's a 'wrong move'

After its fashion e-store Myntra, Flipkart is all set to go app-only, probably as soon as September.

No more Flipkart on the Desktop; will go app-only from September
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No more Flipkart on the Desktop; will go app-only from September

After its fashion store Myntra, Flipkart is all set to go app-only starting this September.

Flipkart will shut down website within a year; Myntra to be app-only from 1 May
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Flipkart will shut down website within a year; Myntra to be app-only from 1 May

Indian e-commerce firm Flipkart will shut down its website within a year whereas its fashion retail website Myntra will become app-only entity from May 1.