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Tesco Groceries app for Android not far away now

I’ve recently spotted this article on Infinite Path:Are big businesses missing out by putting the iPhone above Google Android? Excerpt: Take Tesco for example. It’s hard to avoid their TV ads promoting their iPhone app which allows people to scan barcordes to generate a shopping list and then order items. A great idea, which makes …

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Android! Android! Android! Message Received!

AND… those of you not filling my email and blog comments with barcode scanner questions, it’s Android. Curse my transparency – hold onto your hat as you read this message from B0lty: Why haven’t you included a barcode scanner? More like why haven’t you included a Tesco Android app? I find it flabbergasting that so …

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Mobile Monday and Living in a Multi-platform World

Yesterday evening I joined a panel of ‘thinkers’ at a session of Mobile Monday London, hosted at Microsoft’s Victoria offices in London. Chaired by Marek Pawlowski of MEX (the strategy forum for user experience), the session was entitled “Living in a Multi-platform World” and explored the challenges of developing for the much more fragmented world …

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Frankly, Tesco, we’re getting bored with your iPhone-only apps

It’s OK: message received loud and clear.Both customers and colleagues have been emailing / commenting that there are now three Tesco apps for the iPhone but absolutely none for anything else and that frankly they are getting a bit bored waiting.It’s even reached Twitter: ScaredyCat: @techfortesco: getting a bit bored with tesco iphone only stance. There are other phones. Well there’s only one person to …

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Nexus One arrives…

I just wanted to give you proof that we’re not just doing iPhone mobile stuff. The Google Nexus One has arrived on my desk and it is about to get a programming it’ll never forget! SDK being downloaded right now: Tesco Finder for Android, here we come…

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