Uber’s filing for a new patented feature, called Uber Travel, could have serious implications for the future of booking applications as well as ride-sharing services, underscoring consumer demand for consolidated travel offerings on mobile.
Mobile application Bitmoji is getting a high-fashion makeover with the introduction of luxury apparel collections to its avatar creation platform.
Facebook has updated its Pages feature to aid businesses in bolstering their mobile presence and sales via more prominent call-to-action buttons, improved layout and new sections for showcasing relevant information to users.
Google’s recent announcement that mobile and Web sites containing pop-ads will soon be penalized for enticing users to download their applications poses a significant threat to many marketers, unless they can find a different way to drive conversions.
British fashion label Burberry is raising awareness for its newly reopened boutique in Lower Manhattan with a mobile effort on New York magazine’s The Cut.
LVMH’s Fondation Louis Vuitton is increasing visitor interaction, regardless of the guest’s age, through two mobile applications.
British fashion and accessories house Burberry is helping readers of Departures’ mobile Web site give “with love” through a series of advertisements.
Online retailer Net-A-Porter is letting consumers customize their experience through an interactive display advertisement on Harper’s Bazaar’s mobile-optimized site.
Toyota Corp.’s Lexus is showing off the physical attributes of its LS models with an advertisement on Condé Nast title Vanity Fair’s mobile-optimized Web site.
German automaker Audi is seeking those who challenge tradition through a mobile banner advertisement on the tablet-enabled version of The New York Times.