Online shopping is so common now that you can find and buy just about anything from the comfort of your own home. And, we all want the easiest, most practical way to do it. So, if you are ready to buy that dress, those shoes, and the jacket to complete it all, from several different top brand stores with one checkout, then you need Miner.
Available on your iPhone with Apple Watch support, Miner lets you shop at top stores like Forever 21, Banana Republic, Bloomingdales, J. Crew, and more. You can browse through the stores, check out what’s on sale or trending, or view new products easily. You will get full item details and photos and can even share items with a tap.
Miner currently has 21 great stores, with more on the way like American Eagle and PacSun, plus you can mark your favorites. The app also features sorting and filtering options for comparisons. For example, if you are searching for a new pair of sneakers, just enter it into the search box and then you can sort by price or new arrivals. In addition, you can filter the results by store, designer, or category.
The standout feature of Miner is the checkout process. You can purchase items from several different stores, but only have to pay in one spot. So, buy pants from Brooks Brothers, a shirt from Club Monaco, and shoes from Nasty Gal, and then pay for the entire order at once rather than individually from each store. Your items will still be shipped from the separate retailers, but your checkout experience is clean and quick. Plus, you will find out immediately if an item is out of stock.
Miner has a super slick interface which makes browsing, searching, and purchasing items a breeze. The app’s checkout method is definitely an excellent feature, allowing you to buy products from several different stores at once. The company’s mission is to provide a stress-free shopping experience with a simple checkout process and Miner accomplishes that.
Miner is designed for iPhone with Apple Watch support and available for free on the App Store.
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