This app would like to use your current location. How many times have you seen this message after installing something new? It seems now that whether it be for GPS, gaming, banking, or shopping any new app uses your location to improve its services. In particular, ecommerce and retail apps have taken notice of the opportunity that integrates geolocation offers. Today we call it geomarketing, and some ecommerce apps use it more than others.
A new app is gaining popularity in the US for good reason. The app, called Xtribe, has not only helped individuals sell used items, but also helped small businesses gain more customers and freelancers find more clients. It operates on a user-friendly interface that allows for easy communication between buyers and sellers. Even more impressive, the Xtribe team is staying on top of tech trends by developing an Xtribe cryptocurrency, which will improve its overall security and ease of use in the future. Soon, using their unique tokens called XRBT, users will be able to complete payments on the app through its secure servers. Everything from advertising to payment can be done directly on the app, and users will no longer need to worry about bringing cash payments to meet up locations. The landscape of geomarketing is always changing, and Xtribe is one company that’s making moves to stay ahead of the curve.