Today’s app review is based on the usage on Apple’s iOS. However, the app is available across the board on nearly all other operating systems including Android, BlackBerry and Windows Phone.
The eBay app falls into one of those apps of the necessary category. If you buy or sell on eBay you will find this app endlessly resourceful.
The eBay not only facilitates the browser use of eBay but you can also buy and sell within the app on its own. You can use it to list and relist your sales, keep up to date with bids you have made on items or that have been made on your own items, search listings, and allows you to keep an eye on your account including items you are watching, buying or selling. In addition you can email and communicate with eBay and sellers alike.
On your My eBay page you can dig deeper into products that you have been searching, watching or placed a bid upon, gathering up key details about the buyer/seller and offers and activity and details of recently won/lost products.
The app also allows you to view detail profile information on yourself, including your feedback, length of time with eBay and detailed seller ratings.
Personalisation is key in any application and eBay offers a good selection. Notification should be your number one interest as I have spoken about the use of personalisation in your device, which can be found here. Notifications will be part of our Technology Made Simple guide which will be coming very soon.
You will note below that PayPal is listed. PayPal also has an app and this eBay app will sit neatly alongside the PayPal app so that you are able to keep an eye on progress within PayPal but that is an ‘App Review’ for another day.
Check out the image gallery below and details on how to download and install the eBay app follow below.