Local shopping app Udozi launches on Android

New app enables users to search for millions of products on the high street, available to buy on the same day

Press release

mobile has the power to drive people to the high street - gabbay

December 17th 2013. Following a host of new retailer sign ups from brands including Evans Cycles, Maplin and Toys ‘R Us, local shopping service Udozi is now available for users to download from Google Play here. Available as a free service for Android owners to download or access through the website - www.udozi.com, Udozi helps people search for and find items in shops near them, available to buy now.

Launching just in time for the Xmas shopping season, the app is available for people to use in the Greater London area.

It features products from a range of categories – from electrical goods to toys and clothes.

Users can either search for a specific product name or a generic item (e.g. camera/black dress) and it will list similar items that are available.

This helps to inspire people and show them things in their local high street that they may not have known were there.

Following a successful beta launch, Udozi has millions of products on board from over 160 independent and national retailers in London.

Not only does Udozi make shopping easier, but it also gives users access to exclusive offers and promotions.

Alan Gabbay, founder of Udozi, said, “We developed Udozi to help make shopping even easier – so people can find exactly what they need before heading out, but can then still ‘try before they buy’ and get what they need in store.”

He continued, “We believe that mobile has the power to drive people to the High Street, especially at times when they need to find things quickly.”

Gabbay added, “Over the past few months we have noticed a rapid increase in the number of searches for products on Udozi coming from Android devices.”

“We’ve therefore launched the Udozi app on Google Play to give Android users the best experience possible, with advanced search and other features to make the shopping experience even better.”

About Udozi

Udozi is the local shopping app which helps people search for and find items in shops near them, available to buy today. Udozi has launched in Greater London and will be expanding nationwide in future. Udozi helps users save time and money by letting them search for items and instantly see where they can find them in nearby shops. Udozi provides information on stock availability, product information, shop contact details, location and opening times, so people can reserve items and collect on the same day. By simply searching for an item, Udozi brings up information on where that item, and other similar products, can be found nearby, helping inspire shoppers to discover things on their local high street in shops they may not have known were there. Udozi also gives users access to exclusive offers and promotions in many popular shops, and if an item is not available in stock, people can add it to their WatchList and will be notified by e-mail when it is back in-store and ready for collection. Udozi was founded in 2010 and is located in the heart of London.

Udozi is a free service for shoppers available to download from the Apple App Store here https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/udozi-your-local-product-finder/id501668538?mt=8 Udozi can also be accessed via www.udozi.com http://www.udozi.com/.

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