UK shoppers can now shop online using mobile phones and the internet, with a new mobile shopping app called Shoppers UK.
The app lets shoppers search online for bargains, buy items and browse through products before they are delivered to their door.
Shoppers Britain’s launch comes as Britain is struggling to deal with the Brexit vote and has sparked concerns that the country could be sliding into recession.
It has also come amid criticism that UK retailers are not making enough money from online sales.
Here’s how it works: ShoppersUK allows users to shop on-the-go.
Users can tap on an item or a brand to make a selection.
Once the user taps on a product, they can purchase the product, either directly from the retailer or on a smartphone.
Shops will then send a notification to the customer’s mobile phone to let them know the transaction is complete.
Customers will then have the option to shop for the product online.
The online shopping app also allows users the ability to browse through their shopping experience, as well as view shopping guides, product reviews and other online information.
Shopping guide: UK shoppers should be able to browse online for cheap goods, as they can now get a full shopping experience from the app.
You can search the UK for a wide range of products, including shoes, electronics, clothes, jewellery, fashion and more.
The shopping guide also offers a selection of UK products and deals, and offers suggestions on what to buy.
What are the big problems with UK shoppers online?
Shoppers’ UK is a pilot scheme launched by the UK’s Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS).
The government has yet to release details of how many of the 750,000 people who signed up for the scheme will be able access it.
But some online shopping users are complaining that it is not as easy to use as in the real world.
According to online shopping site FindMyShop, a majority of UK shoppers do not have access to the app, while some users are unable to access the app because it is “limited” to UK users.
“In the UK, we have no option but to use mobile phones to shop.
The majority of our users are in the UK only and we cannot allow them to use our app to shop in the US,” FindMyShopping wrote.
“It seems that UK consumers will not be able or willing to pay for UK products on their phones when shopping in the States,” Find MyShop said.
The British company says the launch of the app is not due to a lack of interest.
“There has been a steady increase in interest in the app and the majority of customers are keen to try it out,” Find my Shop UK told Business Insider.
“A small number of customers have already taken advantage of the trial and are currently using it to book a UK-based online store.”
Shoppers is the UK version of Amazon’s Prime membership, which allows shoppers to buy a range of items for less than the price of the same item at a local store.
But Prime memberships are available to all British citizens, and have the same pricing, benefits and restrictions as a regular monthly membership.
FindMy Shop UK says Shoppers offers a variety of other benefits for UK users, including: the ability of users to buy from the Shoppers website, including free delivery; access to a wide variety of online services, including Amazon, eBay, Google and many more; the ability for users to add items to their shopping list, see what items are on sale and view reviews of the items on their shopping site; the option of browsing products and services, and the ability at checkout to shop online for a specific product or service; and the option at checkout for free delivery.
However, the company says it will not support UK-specific features of the Shippers app, such as the ability, for example, to search for products that are available at the same store as the app in the United States.
The UK government has been working on its own plans to create an app-based digital shopping platform to help the country cope with the fallout from Brexit.
Shippers’ UK plans to launch an app for shoppers in the fall of 2019, and has already secured funding from a number of major UK retailers, including Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury’s and Lidl.
The company says that the app will have more than 150 million registered users by the end of 2019.
Read more about the Brexit debate and how to shop: Shippers UK’s app is being launched in the wake of a backlash over Prime members and online shopping.
British Prime Minister Theresa May, who is also the Conservative Party leader, announced in January that the government will seek to introduce legislation to make it easier for UK consumers to shop from their smartphones.
The government hopes that the introduction of an app will help it avoid a repeat of the chaos that ensued after Prime members were removed in April 2016.