There are so many ways to "window shop" with apps from the Google Play Store, that the convenience is what convinced us to stay home.
Have you heard? America's mega shopping malls are on the decline. The
Granted, there actually are a host of other
You don't even have to talk to anyone
I'm so anxious to get started on remodeling, that I've taken to spending my evenings on the
I'm not just looking at new furniture though — I'm open to bringing in a second-hand piece through
There are, of course, already a number of very popular, robust shopping apps that we've become accustomed to using, including Amazon, eBay, and Overstock. We also have other apps making their way to the top of the shopping charts — new virtual storefronts if you will — with an attempt at coercing us toward new shopping habits. Why bother thrifting, for instance, if you can search for a used designer threads through an app like
Shopping apps offer one-touch access to some of the biggest online bazaars in the world.
One thing's for sure: the ability to procure stuff has become easier than ever.
Shopping apps aren't perfect, and there are
One thing's for sure: the ability to procure stuff has become easier than ever. We're literally carrying online bazaars in our pockets with access to the biggest and best storefronts that exist. Our next challenge, as consumers, is to choose the ones worth keeping around. Perhaps rather than continuing on our path of rampant consumerism, we scale it back a bit and refocus on supporting quality brands that aren't just hawking light-up fidget spinners.
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