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Wilcox Technologies releases new iPhone app 'Auctions' for sellers on eBay, Etsy
MIAMI, FLORIDA — July 10, 2012 — Sellers on Internet auction sites eBay and Etsy are increasingly turning to their mobile devices to conduct their business. Wilcox Technologies has released a new app, Auctions, to allow these pioneering sellers to manage their storefronts using iPhone and iPod touch from a single app. Sellers who are members of either site can sign in to all of their accounts to create and revise listings, relist with a single tap, and share listings to social media.
All of the sellers’ transactions are now conveniently mobile. eBay sellers can send invoices, leave feedback, manage Best Offers, view tracking information for shipped packages, and review a concise list of items that are selling, all from within the app. “These are things that eBay doesn’t let me do using their iPhone app,” points out Andrew Wilcox, co-founder of Wilcox Technologies and the lead developer of Auctions. “With Auctions, I can take care of everything.”
Etsy sellers can create listings (or deactivate and reactivate listings), upload photos taken from the iPhone, and change shipping profiles on listed items. “You can’t list items using Etsy’s app,” says Tambra Wilcox, co-founder of Wilcox Technologies and product champion of Auctions. “Our app Auctions lets sellers on Etsy manage almost every aspect of their shop right from their iPhone.”
Pricing and Availability
Auctions is available now for $4.99 USD and is priced accordingly in other regions. Auctions is available worldwide (excluding France) via the App Store for iPhone and iPod touch.
Visit http://da.gd/Auctions4i for more information, including screenshots and a link to purchase in the App Store.
Wilcox Technologies LLC is a family-owned and operated business, founded in 2010, with the goal of enriching consumers’ lives by focusing on users and making apps that are easy to use. Visit http://wilcox-tech.com/about to learn more about Wilcox Technologies.