Amazon Mobile App. By: Cher Xiong. Simple and plain, looks just like a simple app. Access the web version of Amazon and shows selections of products for on the go moments. Amazon App . PC version. Mobile version. Comparing the differences and similarities!!.
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Amazon Mobile App
By: Cher Xiong
On the pc version of Amazon, there are far more options to decide from. But there are not any left out options that are on the website and compared to the mobile version. On the pc amazon, you get more “recommendations” tabs which scrolls through various products you’ve bought. On the mobile version, you get less because it reduces down to where you can fit all into your phone screen.
From what you see here on the pc version, and on the mobile version, there aren’t many differences, the sign in are the same! Maybe the only difference is the “show password” which is just to show the mobile user if he/she has input the wrong password because they’re typing on a smaller keyboard rather than on a full keyboard.
The great thing about Amazon is the recommendations! It usually has given me ideas of what else to purchase when I purchase a specific product. And the recommendations give me another idea of what else I can buy to benefit my phone, car, or home.
The thing I noticed about the website version and mobile version is this option right here! Usually the frequently bought items are usually a good bundle to get, I mean it doesn’t really get a discount or anything, but it helps give an idea of what else is useful with what you purchased for your item. The mobile version has the option of “customers who bought this… also bought” section, which in the mobile version, you have to click to view it. In the PC version, you can just scroll, which making it easier.
Product specifications can really save you time, as you can see the drop list shows additional searches that other users have used, or what Amazon thinks can help you out. But in my case, it just showed the “HTC Amaze 4g” in sections of various options. But you can also see how it gave me the option of the HTC Amaze 4g battery, even though I didn’t type in the battery. These drop lists can help you with some specification when you run short of certain specification on the product.