Second, I’ve always been curious to know how products are named.
Take the Wanelo Shopping app as my example. Wanelo? It sounds like an obscure indian tribe from Oklahoma. Actually, Wanelo comes from Want, Need, Love. Wa-ne-lo. It might also mean addiction, because you’ll find yourself addicted to using this free iPhone app which seems to crowdsource unique products for sale.
Because Wanelo is user based it features a wide variety of unique products you’re not likely to find at the anchor stores in the mall or any of the big box stores.
I usually start my shopping with what’s Trending.
There’s nothing difficult about using Wanelo, either. All the navigation buttons are on the bottom of the screen within easy reach of your shopping thumb.
Search brings up products, stores, and people who use Wanelo to find unique products.
No app that searches and finds cool products from other users is worth anything unless there’s a ‘buy’ button. Wanelo is social, too, and lets you share your finds with others, as well as post online.
Wanelo is free and so is the addiction.
Addiction? It’s interesting. Many apps feature online search and shopping, but Wanelo users tend to select and display products that are unique in nature, and not the kind you’d find in the corner big box store.