Not too long ago I told you about eBay Celebrating the 100 Millionth Listing on a Mobile Device. It’s obvious that the mobile app is helping people all over quickly post items for sell. And of course we know that the eBay mobile app can help you bid on and win auctions even when you are out. But do you know about all of the awesome apps that eBay offers to help you shop? Here are a couple of my favorites:

eBay Mobile: As mentioned above the eBay Mobile app is doing very well. Sellers are using the app to very quickly list items for sell on eBay. It is so simple. You take a photo with your phone, fill in a description, price, shipping, etc. all without touching a computer. This is perfect for quickly listing several items in an attic, basement, garage, or other places where you may have multiple items to post in one area.


eBay Fashion: Created for fashionistas the eBay Fashion app lets you browse  for items to design your wardrobe. It includes features like the Style Gallery, Style Stories, and Image Swatch. Image Swatch allows you to snap a photo of a fabric swatch, sunset, or other item and use the app to find items that match the color scheme. How cool is that?


eBay Classifieds: eBay Classifieds has been around longer than most know. Their name used to be Kijiji, and it was how I got involved with eBay. I was a Kijiji Ambassador long before the Parent Panel. It is their version of… you know… that site that starts with a C. However, it is much safer, easier to use, and in my opinion better.


RedLaser: RedLaser allows you to scan a bar code when in a store, or one that you have at home and find out right away how much that product costs at online and local retailers. It has saved me some money on a few occasions.

You can also use the add to create lists, view your product history, and create QR codes.


For a full list of eBay Mobile apps and what you can do with them, check out the eBay Mobile site.


Disclosure: This campaign has been brought to you by Splash Creative Media on behalf of eBay Mobile. I was compensated for my post, but my words and opinions remain my own.