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November 30, 2010

AisleBuyer launches mobile self-checkout apps in Android, iPhone users

User can now scan barcodes, read reviews, and see product information

By CBR Staff Writer

AisleBuyer, a provider of mobile checkout offerings, said its mobile self-checkout application is now available in the Android marketplace and their AisleBuyer’s app is available to both Android and iPhone users.

The company said with its new offering users can now scan barcodes, as well as read reviews, see product information and check out securely directly from a mobile device, without ever having to stand in line.

AisleBuyer CEO and founder Andrew Paradise said as they see more and more shoppers with Android devices, they’re expanding the number of people able to use the application to check out at Magic Beans without waiting in line, which is a major advantage as the holiday shopping season ramps up.

AisleBuyer is a mobile shopping platform that is changing the in-store shopping experience. AisleBuyer leverages smartphone technology to unite the features of both "bricks" and "clicks" retailing.

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