Fashion Site Threadflip Release iPad App for Shopping Savvy Consumers

Threadflip 1Online clothing reseller Threadflip recently redesigned their iPhone app for iOS 7 to makes it easier for fashion followers to buy and sell designer wares on the go. Even more exciting is the fact that the app has just been optimized for the iPad.

Threadflip has more than a half million users who buy and sell high fashion clothing and accessories. Since its launch in 2011, the company has grown to become a go-to place for the “re-commerce” marketplace.

“The average transaction rate speaks directly to the type of community that we are creating and how we are in the mid-market space that is ideal for women looking to commoditize their closets,” said Anand Iyer, head of product at Threadflip. “We have truly found our niche within the growing re-commerce space at the intersection of the online bazaars and luxury marketplaces.”

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Threadflip’s iOS app has been re-imagined to dramatically simplify the original design. Thanks to its universal update, iPad users can now shop and sell from their Apple tablet.

To sell on Threadflip, just take a picture of the item for sale and upload it to the app. To shop on Threadflip, just browse categories, styles, brands, and sizes that you are interested in. Most Threadflip items resell at up to 70 percent off of retail prices.

The app includes the following features:

  •  Ship with ease using our prepaid shipping label
  • Manage your sales and track orders
  • Shop with confidence with our buyer protection guarantee
  • Purchase multiple items at a time
  • Buy from curated collections and peer closets
  • Save your favorite looks by double tapping the photo
  • Access your account from the app or web

Threadflip is available for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch for free. Download it in the App Store today.

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  • Graciousstore

    It is good to know that there is trend-up for women’s clothing, I thought the trend-up was for kids’ clothes only

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  • Rowpath

    Threadflip is a little iffy because you ship items without being paid. You’re dependent on the buyer to indicate that they received the item. In fact, you could technically never get paid. In addition, they take out some gargantuan proportion out of your sale price so you get back so little. My advice — NEVER NEVER NEVER put any of your things up on this site. You have to go through a heart attack each time worrying you won’t get paid. In addition, if you send numerous emails to their support email, they just ignore you.