Every now and then, we stumble upon some really useful apps, which is not all that surprising considering how many apps are currently available in the Google Play Store. Now, pretty much every single one of you has stuff around the house you don't use, and would gladly like to sell, but are unwilling to deal with all the hassle that comes with it. Well, the app that we'll talk about today, makes that process a bit more convenient, read on.
The app in question is called "Wallapop", and is currently used by over 20 million users around the world, though it is mostly used in New York, Chicago, Washington DC, Philadelphia, Miami, Boston, Houston, Dallas, Austin, St. Louis, Los Angeles, San Diego, and San Francisco, according to the developer. Now, this app can be described as the person-to-person marketplace for both Android and iOS, which brings a layer of convenience. The process of using the app is rather straightforward, all you need to do is sign up using Facebook or Gmail, pick your neighborhood, snap a picture of what you want to sell, set a price and you're done. Now, the more this app grows, the more convenience it will bring to the table. The more people use it in your neighborhood, the easier you'll be able to sell, or even buy something.
Now, the app also brings some extra features, like in-app messaging. You don't even need to share your e-mail or phone number, so your info stays safe at all times. Within the app, you can search for items to buy regionally, but you can set the parameters, which allows you to search your neighborhood, city, or even a wider area if you want. Another thing worth mentioning here is the fact that Wallapop requires photos for every item you're selling, which is to be expected, I believe most of you hate seeing no images for an item you want to buy, and this is the best way to avoid such listings. The design of this app is very nice as well, which makes using it that more convenient. If you'd like to know more, check out the content down below, or click on the Google Play banner which will take you directly to the Google Play Store.