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Singapore-based E-Commerce Firm ‘Shopmatic’ launches Mobile app “GO” for Indian Sellers

The free app will allow all individuals and merchants to develop online stores by putting up pictures of their products

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Bengaluru, November 22, 2016: Singapore-based e-commerce firm Shopmatic on Tuesday launched a mobile app “GO” for the Indian sellers that enables them to create an e-commerce website in less than two minutes with three easy steps.

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The free app will allow all individuals and merchants to develop online stores by putting up pictures of their products, enabling payments and selling their products by sharing on social channels from their phones, the company said in a statement.

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“With the significant mobile phone penetration in India, this app will make the online world easily accessible to anyone who wants to sell online,” said Anurag Avula, CEO of Shopmatic. (IANS)

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Beauty Filters on Alipay to Face Scan Payments: Report

The new feature has been brought to life to address complaints that facial recognition machines apparently make people look ugly

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Chinese retail giant Alibaba’s e-wallet affiliate Alipay is working to add beauty filters when users pay with its face recognition system.

The change comes shortly after a Sina Technology poll found that 60 per cent of respondents think next-gen payment systems make them look ugly. Alipay announced the update on Weibo and the company plans to bring the feature to retail stores within a week, the Engadget reported on Friday quoting TechCrunch.

“We are going to make you look even prettier than with a beauty camera. I bet you’ll be impressed,” Alipay had written on Weibo.

FILE – Visitors walk past a giant display at the Alibaba Group headquarters in Hangzhou, in eastern China’s Zhejiang province, May 27, 2016. VOA

The new feature has been brought to life to address complaints that facial recognition machines apparently make people look ugly.

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The chase of beauty in China has spawned a handful of movers and shakers in the Internet space, from Hong Kong-listed selfie-app maker Meitu to plastic surgery marketplace So-Young that recently raised $180 million from a Nasdaq public listing, according to the TechCrunch report. (IANS)