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April 30, 2014
Chris Crum Sellers Etsy App Coming To iPhone, Coming Soon For Android
By Chris Crum
Etsy just announced the launch of a new iPhone app specifically for sellers called (appropriately) Sell on Etsy. An Android version will come later this year.

"Etsy sellers are conducting more business from their mobile devices than ever before, and we're focused on making it easier, faster and more efficient for our sellers to run their shops from wherever they are," a spokesperson for the company tells WebProNews. "Etsy sellers are not the typical mobile user. They're multitasking at home, teaching in a classroom, working in studios, picking up kids from school — not tethered to a desktop. They rely heavily on mobile devices to manage their Etsy shops. Dedicated solely to the needs of sellers, Sell on Etsy makes it easier for sellers to live their lives and run their businesses with the flexibility, independence and autonomy that they want." [...]

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