|By Business Wire||
|May 1, 2014 01:35 PM EDT||
TTPM, the number one source for all things play, today announced at its annual TTPM Spring Showcase press event in New York City that the Shop for Kids by TTPM app is now optimized for iPad through a universal update. The app simplifies the experience of searching for and buying children’s products and provides access to the extensive TTPM database of thousands of in-depth expert reviews on the latest toys, baby gear, pet toys, sporting goods, children’s books, video games, and apps.
TTPM, a consumer website publishing reviews, videos, and live price updates for all things play, today announced that the Shop for Kids by TTPM app is now optimized for iPad. The app simplifies the experience of searching for and buying children's products, including letting users view real-time, online price and availability of a product at major retailers. (Photo: Business Wire)
The user friendly app addresses how consumers shop today, allowing them to search for products, watch video reviews, view product ratings, and compare current prices at leading retailers, before tapping to purchase. The app also features optional notifications on sales.
“Our goal is to simplify the purchasing process and create an all-inclusive resource that provides everything necessary to decide what and where to buy,” said Jim Silver, CEO/editor in chief at TTPM. “Our Shop for Kids app leverages the ease and convenience of iPad, allowing parents and gift givers to research and find the right product for a child at the best price without all the work of polling friends for what’s hot or scouring the internet for deals.”
Key features of the Shop for Kids by TTPM app include:
THOUSANDS OF SEARCHABLE VIDEO REVIEWS
TTPM database features 5,000 new video reviews each year from a
team of experts and is updated daily; categories include toys,
baby gear, pet toys, kids electronics, video games, sporting
goods, and children’s books and apps
- Complete product profiles – what it is, why it’s fun, who it’s for, and what to be aware of
- Video reviews – independent editorial review of every product on the site, complete with a demonstration of how it works and pros and cons
- Editor’s Ranking – each item is rated 1-5 stars on several important factors
- Search the database using filters for gender, age, type of product, and price range
- TTPM database features 5,000 new video reviews each year from a team of experts and is updated daily; categories include toys, baby gear, pet toys, kids electronics, video games, sporting goods, and children’s books and apps
LIVE PRICE COMPARISON AT LEADING RETAILERS
- View real-time, online price and availability of a product at major retailers: Amazon, Wal-Mart, Target, Toys“R”Us, Babies“R”Us, buybuy BABY, GameStop, Best Buy, Sports Authority, Modell’s Sporting Goods, PetSmart, and Wag.com.
- Tap to purchase immediately on retailers’ sites
- Receive updates on when specific products go on sale
The Shop for Kids app by TTPM is now available for free in the Apple App Store. For more information or to download the app, visit TTPM.com/app.
TTPM is the #1 source for all things play where consumers can research and find the best playthings. TTPM is the only site that combines expert reviews (video and written) with live price comparison, one-click purchasing, and product availability at major retailers including Amazon, Wal-Mart, Target, Toys“R”Us, Babies“R”Us, buybuy BABY, GameStop, Best Buy, Sports Authority, Modell’s Sporting Goods, PetSmart, and Wag.com.
Shop for Kids app by TTPM give consumers all the details they need to make educated purchasing decisions and save time and money. TTPM ensures parents and gift givers are finding the right products for kids at the best prices.
The seasoned TTPM editorial team reviews thousands of products each year, providing comprehensive video and written reviews of toys, baby products, kids’ electronics, sporting goods, and family friendly video games, apps, books, and movies.
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