Tesco has announced a new mobile application for Nokia's OVI app store.
The app allows users to search for products and add them to their online basket. It is synchronised with Tesco.com customers’ grocery accounts so everything ordered on the phone is applied to the web version of the basket and vice versa. It uses the Tesco Grocery API for all its back-end services.
The app was developed by a specialist mobile development company, Ribot. It will be available from the Nokia OVI store in the next few days once Nokia's OVI quality assurance team has tested it.
The Tesco Grocery app will work on the S60 series: 5800, N97, N97 mini, X6, 5230 and 5530 Nokia handsets.
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