A little over a month after the digital couponing giant Coupons.com began supporting Passbook-enabled coupons from its mobile website, the company is now adding support for the feature in its native iOS application.
Not sure where else to post this, but my question is, has anyone had any success with using coupon websites like redplum or coupons.com? I have been able to get couponnetwork.com and couponsource.com to work just fine, but redplum and coupons.com specifically say they don't support linux at all.
Woobox, a two-year old social marketing platform, recently added support for Apple’s Passbook in its coupons app. The integration lets businesses create Passbook coupons using its system, and can even require customers to perform some sort of social action before gaining access to the coupon. For example, they may have to “like” the brand on Facebook or follow them on Twitter.
Everyone loves a coupon, especially around the holidays. As one would expect, over the last few years, the growth of eCommerce and the growing penetration of mobile devices has led to staggering growth in digital couponing. A study conducted by eMarketer last year, for example, found that over 88 million people in the U.S. used or claimed online coupons in 2011.
Yet, there’s a big problem.
I have been using Microsoft since 3.11, fairly masterful in all things "Windows". Taking plunge into Linux without regrets! So far, so good.
Ubuntu desktop for family, server with light GUI for me (I run a Minecraft server). Tried this back with Mandrake, couldn't figure things out enough, but times have changed (mainly Linux's GUI OS's) BIG problem: My wife cannot print coupons!!!
Facebook’s gotten into trouble over the years for auto-sharing e-commerce activity. Determined to avoid another Beacon fiasco or scare people away from Offers they don’t want to tell friends about, Facebook now lets you choose to privately claim an offer rather than automatically share the news to friends.
Wanderful Media, which aims to digitize circulars (the printed fliers you find in your mailbox full of the latest deals and coupons), has acquired iCircular from The Associated Press.
Originally launched by the AP, iCircular puts coupons, ads and offers into the mobile sites of newspapers on phones and tablets. The technology is available as an HTML5 embed for apps and sites on iOS.
The team at SnipSnap has been quietly plugging away on an Android version of its popular mobile coupon app for what seems like ages now, but the wait for all you cost-conscious Android devotees is over.