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July 12, 2010

Ebay produces new iPhone app

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by Darren Allan

Ebay has come up with a new app for the iPhone which allows its users to sell items when they’re away from home.

Vendors will be able to list items for sale in super-swift time, using barcode scanning technology (via the iPhone’s camera), and they’ll be able to manage items, and organise delivery when sold.

The barcode scanning technology sounds particularly cool, as with a simple snap, you can have your item up there with all the relevant details automatically filled in (an album’s track list, for instance).

Of course, you can also put a picture up to illustrate your goods using the iPhone’s camera as well.

Furthermore, the app puts a number of useful tid-bits of information at your fingertips when listing, such as the average price of the item in question.

The Ebay selling app is a free download, and you can grab it as ever from the iTunes store.

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