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Posts tagged with Review

Twitter promotes search on its new homepage

Twitter has launched a revamped version of its homepage, with the aim of emphasising the role of the site as a search tool, and appealing to new visitors. 

According to Biz Stone on the company blog the aim is to demonstrate 'the power of Twitter as a discovery engine for what is happening right now through our search and trends'. 

New Twitter homepage

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Mobile app review: Net-a-Porter for iPhone

Fashion etailer Net-a-Porter launched a mobile commerce app for the iPhone last week, allowing customers to browse and buy on the move.

The iPhone app displays what seems to be a limited range of stock, showcasing new arrivals and the retailer's magazine. I've been finding out how easy it is to browse and buy from the Net-a-Porter app.

Net-a-Porter iPhone app

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Mobile app review: FT on iPhone

It already has an excellent mobile version of its website, but FT.com is looking to improve on this offering with an iPhone app, released today.

The FT Mobile app is free to download and supported by advertising, though it does carry the same restrictions as the main site, allowing users to read 10 articles per month before having to cough up for a subscription.

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Mobile site review: The Telegraph

The Telegraph has just released a revamped version of its mobile site, providing access to the full range of content on the main website. 

As with the Independent's mobile version released last week, theTelegraph mobile site was designed by Bluestar Mobile. I've been comparing the two sites...

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Online consumers trust real people, not companies

Online recommendations are powerful. New data from Nielsen’s Global Online Consumer Survey reveals that 90% of consumers online trust recommendations from people that they know, with 70% trusting the opinions posted online by unknown users.

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The Daily Express gets a new look

The Daily Express, which bills itself as 'the world's greatest newspaper' has launched a new beta version of its website today with a new homepage layout.

Users are currently directed to the new version, while giving readers the option of using the original site, which provides an opportunity to compare the two...

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Burger King launches mobile commerce app

It's currently covering just the Queens area of New York, but Burger King has started to trial a mobile commerce app for the iPhone, as a way of maximising orders.

Customers can use the app to order and pay for their meals and skip queues at their local Burger King. I've been pretending to be in Queens so I can try the app out....

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Songkick launches as IMDB for concerts

London-based startup Songkick has just launched its social network for gig-goers, which lists a million gigs, new and old.

Songkick

The Songkick site is a database of concerts and tour histories crawled from around the web, so users can not only see upcoming gigs, but add pictures, ticket stubs, and review and reminisce about their favourite concerts.

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Mobile app review: Sky News for iPhone

Sky News launched an iPhone app this week, which provides the latest headlines, as well as encouraging users to send in their own reports and images.

The app, which is currently top of the free download charts in the App Store, also has a strong focus on video content. I've been seeing how it compares to rival ITN's version.

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App review: Radio Times for iPhone

TV listings magazine Radio Times has recently introduced an iPhone app, which gives users access to listings for all the major TV, satellite and cable channels.

Designed by tvCompass, the Radio Times app (currently £1.79 in the App Store) is a pretty neat piece of work, providing excellent user experience and some useful extra features. In fact, it's much easier to use than the main website.

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Review: Debenhams' online clearance store

Several online retailers, including ASOS, Argos and JD Sports, have recently launched clearance sites to provide an outlet for older stock, and appeal to bargain hungry web shoppers.

Debenhams is the latest retailer to follow this trend; yesterday it launched Outlet, which sells discounted products all year round. I've been trying the site out...

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Mobile site review: Yahoo Mobile

Yahoo relaunched its mobile offering last week, which brings together Yahoo search with some of its other properties, allowing users to access search, news, email, RSS feeds and social networking from one mobile hub.

As part of the mobile site relaunch, Yahoo created an iPhone app, so I've been seeing how it shapes up...

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