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TheFind Announces Shopping Search By TheFind 3.0 for iOS

Ecommerce Search App Delivers the Most Comprehensive and Relevant Shopping Search Results On Mobile

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., April 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- TheFind, the most comprehensive ecommerce search app in North America, announced today the 3.0 version of its iPhone and iPad app. Armed with an optimized search experience, Shopping by TheFind makes it easier for users to shop on mobile devices. In one query, users receive the most accurate and personalized results based on relevancy allowing them to search the entire shoppable Web, including eBay, Etsy, Forever 21, Home Depot and Target. It's the simplest way for shoppers to discover products from over 500,000 retailers while featuring results from their favorite stores and brands.

American consumers now spend 80% of their time on mobile devices in apps. With over 15 million unique shoppers each month, TheFind 3.0 aims to eliminate consumer pain points relative to mcommerce as consumers steadily move from browsers to apps. Free shipping and sales prices are now highlighted directly in a shopper's search results and consumers automatically see price comparisons across several stores.

"Thinking mobile first, it's vital for us to offer shoppers the most comprehensive and relevant in-app search experience," Ramneek Bhasin, General Manager Mobile for TheFind. "Our goal is to give consumers the greatest sum of product information in the fewest interactions possible as we equip each person to make well-informed buying decisions. TheFind 3.0 takes a big step in this direction, bringing the key elements of shopping search to the forefront of the experience."

Shopping by TheFind also shows consumers what products and brands are trending through its new popular-searches, while additionally providing targeted push and in-app notifications to alert shoppers of price drops, coupons and product availability. TheFind is the first shopping app to offer a complete in-app experience guiding consumers from first search through point of sale and beyond.

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Experience TheFind by downloading the free app on your mobile device or visit us on the Web at TheFind.com.

About TheFind
TheFind applies patented search / ecommerce technology to deliver the most comprehensive shopping experience via its mobile apps and Web presence. It makes shopping simple as it locates hard-to-find items, checks for local product availability, identifies coupons and price matches while quickly showing all the best deals from retailers across the Web. TheFind is the only ecommerce app designed to help consumers search the entire shoppable Web with one query and from any platform.

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TheFind is venture funded by Bain Capital Ventures, Lightspeed Venture Partners and Redpoint Ventures and is a San Francisco and Silicon Valley-based company. Learn more by visiting us on LinkedIn at http://www.linkedin.com/company/thefind-inc.

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Media Contact:
Amanda Brandt
FortyThree, Inc. for TheFind
831.401.3175
TheFind@43pr.com 

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