Sep 27 AT 3:49 PM Taylor Wimberly 1 Comment

1-800-Flowers launches Android application

Popular online floral retailer 1-800-Flowers.com has launched a mobile storefront for Android. TheĀ  application can be downloaded now from the Android Market. If only they could find a way to tie into your contacts and automatically order flowers on your anniversary and wife’s birthday, then the app would be complete.

Customers are now able to easily access popular products from 1-800-FLOWERS.COM when shopping on their Android phones. Users can view product descriptions and full-color images, select addresses from their online account or local address books and place secure transactions with password-protected purchasing.

“1-800-FLOWERS.COM is dedicated to creating an exceptional customer experience,” said Jim McCann, CEO and founder of 1-800-FLOWERS.COM. “Digby has enabled our customers to seamlessly view flowers and gifts from their mobile device.”

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  • JB

    The app came out the same day I just happened to need to buy flowers. I downloaded it, I attempted to make a purchase from it several times. Every time the purchase would revert to th previous sreen of the last one making impossible to complete. Then after several tries, it force cloes. To make matters worse, I called to place the order, but had to call back several times and was on hold more than an hour in total. The reps there are IMHO trained from a script and will not deviate in order to do what is right by their customer. I doubt I will evr use them again.