Vestarin project, developing the multifunctional platform for integration of cryptocurrencies into business, presented the application for iOS-based gadgets. Meanwhile new options of design for the desktop version which hasn’t been presented yet appeared on the Internet.
Simultaneously, developers have presented the application in App Store.
As known, the main marketing trends of 2018 are the audience attraction through mobile devices and, at the same time, reduction in the share of desktop applications. The world is becoming more mobile, which is reflected in market conditions. Despite the trends, the developers of Vestarin clearly did not want to lose the users of PCs and laptops, which are still numerous in the CIS and Asia.
Additionally, desktop versions are in demand in the environment of small and medium-sized businesses, because they allow more fine-tuning of accounts and sales. So, it’s no wonder that Vestarin decided to work for the widest possible audience, not just for the youth.
Based on the screenshots it is clear that the desktop version will use the same “branded” black-and-orange color scheme. But much more interesting is that the functional resembles the usual online store: the display of goods in the form of a tile with filters at a price, geographical location, etc. All as always, nothing complicated. But all of it will be available in a cryptocurrency, which has not been proposed at the high level yet – then the niche is unoccupied.
As a reminder, demo version of the application for Android-based mobile devices has already been launched earlier. Both versions: for iOS, and for Android are available for download.
It is noteworthy that applications are available at an early stage of tokensale, while many millionaire start-ups that completed the ICO a year ago have not yet begun to develop. Obviously, it was the availability of ready-made developments at the early stage that allowed our project to collect soft-cap in a short time – in just 5 days.
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