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Jabong launches mobile shopping app

Online fashion destination has announced the launch of its mobile shopping app – now available to download from Google Play store and iTunes App store. With this new app for phone and tablets, customers can shop for the latest styles anytime and anywhere from a wide range of products and brands.

The proliferation of smart devices in today’s fast-paced lifestyle has prompted to move closer to its audience, thus facilitating a faster and smoother shopping experience.

Commenting on the launch of the Jabong App, Arun Chandra Mohan, Founder & CEO, said, “We are excited with the launch of our mobile app, which has been customised keeping in mind what customers look for when on the move, thus offering real benefits. With an increasing number of users of smart devices prompted by easy affordability and availability and an improving eco-system, it was imperative for us to launch a mobile shopping app.”

He further said, “The app will enable our customers to shop and browse on the move.”

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