A virtual supermarket with an app for grocery shopping is about to launch in Dublin.
Irish app developer Mobi Shop says it is one of a handful of startups to successfully launch an app to store and shop in supermarkets.
The startup says the app allows shoppers to order online and pick up in their local supermarket.
“Mobi Shop has been able to develop an app that works for shoppers and offers great customer service,” said chief executive of MobiShop, James Cogan.
“We have received tremendous support from customers and are looking forward to building an even bigger, more diverse, and more user-friendly app.
MobiShop is an Irish company and launched in the country last year.
It launched a mobile app last year that let customers shop for groceries and use it to pick up their groceries in their nearest supermarket, but the company says it has been unable to create a full-fledged grocery store since then.
Instead, the app has been designed to give customers a shopping experience, where they can order online, pick up groceries and take them to their nearest Mobi shop.
Cogan said it has already received more than a million orders from customers.
He said Mobi has already launched a grocery app in its home country of Ireland, but that it will expand to other countries.
There have been no plans to launch the app in the US, Cogan said.
There is a big demand for the product that is in our stores,” he said, adding that the app will be open to all Irish customers.””
The reality is that Ireland is not a country with a grocery market, it is a country that has not had one for many, many years.
There is a big demand for the product that is in our stores,” he said, adding that the app will be open to all Irish customers.”
We are in the process of making sure that we can launch our app in other countries as well, and we have already made some progress.
We have just started building a few of our apps in other European countries, and our hope is that we will be able to launch our own in the coming months.”
Moby Shop, which is based in the City of Dublin, is backed by the government of Ireland and the Irish Chamber of Commerce.