launches iOS App in Myanmar

A new app for Apple iPhone and iPad users to buy directly from the app – shopping on the go Yangon, May 25th, 2015:, Myanmar’s leading online shopping mall, has launched its iOS mobile app in the country for Apple iPhone and iPad users. The online shopping app is designed to provide a user-friendly and easily accessible platform for customers to shop on-the-go and enhance user experience by bringing the best brands at reasonable prices at the fingertips of its users.

There are currently over 5,000 products listed on the new e-store app. Users can check out flash sales and latest offers and receive push notifications on new arrivals. They also get a discount of 10,000 Ks for the first time if they buy from the new iPhone app. The user interface is world class in accordance with Apple design guidelines and makes it extremely easy for the users to browse and shop on the move. Speaking about the launch of the iOS App, company’s MD, Stefan Braun stated, “Mobile is obviously a key driver of ecommerce growth in Myanmar and we are extremely excited at launching our state of the art and user friendly mobile app for iPhone and iPad. With the increasing penetration of mobile users and growing 3G in Myanmar, we believe a large segment of the population which wasn’t previously online from their laptops or desktops will now be online via their phones and we want to be there for them to kick start their online shopping journey. We already have an Android app for a couple of months now and launching an iOS version makes me happy knowing the stated love of Myanmar people for Apple products.”

E-commerce in Myanmar is showing significant growth and industry experts believe that the growing 3G coverage coupled with entry of big mobile phone companies will be a game changer for the industry. iOS app coupled with nationwide popularity of Apple iPhones and iPads will help capture premium shoppers throughout the country. Myanmar currently has around 15 million internet users and there will be a significant hike in this number this year – thus making apps the obvious choice for shopping online using smartphones.

The new mobile app will help reach out to users who live in areas with low broadband penetration and have little access to computers. Mobile commerce can help further expand its market and become the most preferred online shopping website in Myanmar. The iOS app is available for download for iPhones and iPads from the Apple App store while the Android app is available for download from Google Play store.

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About is Myanmar’s leading online shopping destination. Customers across the country can shop conveniently online and avail the widest assortment of high quality products at best prices. offers a broad range of items – from electronics and fashion to home appliances and beauty products. Customers can order and pay via Cash on Delivery. The company has 7 day return policy allowing customers to try and buy the products.
launched in 2014 and is backed by Rocket Internet and part of the Asia Pacific Internet Group (APACIG).


The Asia Pacific Internet Group ( is a joint venture of Rocket Internet and Ooredoo. The group’s network consists of 14 e-commerce and online marketplace companies, operating across 15 countries. Since it was founded in 2014, APACIG has become the leading online platform in Asia, building top internet companies in the region.


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