SavelGo App Is Here to Change the Way We Shop

January 15, 2016

12:30 pm

Last year we’ve noticed a spike in new ecommerce features, being introduced by different social networks. Facebook was the first to offer direct click-throughs to advertisers’ websites with rich ads placed starting to appear in users’ feeds. Shortly after Instagram rolled out a selection of CTA buttons e.g. “Shop more”, “Learn more” to a selected pool of advertisers.  Pinterest is about to release the buyable pins to the vast majority of US online retailers, enabling brands to make more sales.

In one line – shopping is becoming more and more social. The vast majority of online shoppers, especially the millennials, appear to be prone to the traditional forms of advertising and heavily rely on peer-to-peer recommendations and reviews. That’s where SavelGo steps in – the first social commerce app, where users can exchange and curate shopping deals, share product recommendations, scout deals and set product alerts.  In a nutshell: you can rely on a highly-custom feed and feel constantly engaged with your favorite brands and stores through in-app notifications.

How SavelGo Works

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Download the app and register an account on the platform and you are now powered to go some advanced shopping research.

What sets the app apart is the Smartfeed – your main dashboard of customly selected deals – anything from vacation in Nicaragua to Apple SmartWatch, to chocolate and discounted dining deals.

These days no one has time to hawk for the right deal and be everywhere. Yet, what SavelGo does is offering a great selection of deals, served on a platter. No need to save multiple links, hawk on multiple websites for the most lucrative deals to receive special offers for local services.

You get a vast selection of offers and products to view based on your interests and alert preferences. The algorithm works rather similar to Netflix – you just choose what you like to view.

Tap the product you like, review the details, browse pictures, videos and news updated, chat with the seller prior to making a purchase and proceeding with the payment.

“SavelGo social commerce app gives the shopper the power to shape the market and decide which products and services are the best. It shifts the focus back to the buyer, and their experience, where it belongs,” said Salvatore Vacante, CEO of SavelGo.

While social media ads seem to cater the retailer’s interest, social commerce apps on the contrary try to bring clarity to the market and help users make better shopping by relying on the community of buyers.. For brands without huge marketing budgets, yet sub par product that stands for a chance to be discovered.

SavelGo Features

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Easy-to navigate interface, crafted specifically for capturing custom deals and analyzing reviews, creating product wishlists and following your favorite brands. Savelgo app is a fast and easy way to view the trending goods and services in your area and see what others are saying about those.

The right sidebar is reserved for special deals notifications from the shops you are following. The left sidebar area is reserved for messages, newsfeed and your order history.

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Attractive company profiles. Each retailer has a separate page, where you can view the star rating, read reviews from other buyers, read the company summary, review their return and refund policy and browse all the product available.

Share your deals. You can share all your finds on the social media (Facebook, Twitter, Google+)  with just one click.

Product wishlists. Organize your favorite products into a wishlist for easier navigation.

Secure payments. You can pay for your purchases with PayPal or by credit card through the secure encrypted getaway with multiple protection levels to avoid any frauds.

You can download SavelGo shopping app for free for Android and iOS devices.


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Dianna is a former ESL teacher and World Teach volunteer, currently living in France. She's slightly addicted to apps and viral media trends and helps different companies with product localization and content strategies. You can tweet her at @dilabrien

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