BlackBerry users get free Australian shopping app

New iDumpit app reserves new products and allows BlackBerry users to set personal shopping preferences
iDumpit's online store will now be available as an app on BlackBerry smartphones

iDumpit's online store will now be available as an app on BlackBerry smartphones

Australian BlackBerry smartphone users now have access to a free, online shopping application following the launch of the iDumpit app.

iDumpit is an online clearance outlet that sells a range of products including sportswear, office furniture, jewellery, luggage and wine. iDumpit claims it has built relationships with a wide range of vendor partners in order to offer items significantly cheaper than the recommended retail price (RRP).

The iDumpit app will reserve new products for the first 24 hours for BlackBerry users, and a number of specials on the site will also be available through the free app.

Another handy feature is that it also allows BlackBerry users to set their personal category preferences -- and an alert is sent if there's a match with the specific product specials. This feature prevents users from being sent information about product categories they aren't interested in.

Other features include the ability to select favourite items for repeat purchases, and an encrypted payment process via SecurePay and PayPal.

BlackBerry users can download the iDumpit app by pointing their browser to www.idumpit.com.au/bb. The iDumpit app is available on the BlackBerry Bold, BlackBerry Storm and BlackBerry Curve 8900 models.

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Ross Catanzariti

Ross Catanzariti

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Topics: Blackberry, apps, online shopping, smartphones, mobile apps
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