If you’ve ever wanted an app that makes everyday tasks like prescription refills and buying midday snacks a breeze, the new Duane Reade app is it! The Duane Reade app featuring Refill by Scan and QuickPrints, makes your life easier. Refill prescriptions faster, get photo prints in about an hour and take advantage of exclusive member pricing with the Balance Rewards program – all from your iPhone!
Let’s start from the beginning. Downloading the app is easy, currently it’s available in iTunes for iPhones only (sorry Android users) it’s a free app without any log-in or registration required, which means downloading the app in seconds for immediate use is simple and gets you directly to the good stuff.
Have you ever found yourself in an unfamiliar neighborhood in search for a connivence store for a quick purchase? No need to fumble with a generic map searching for the closest Duane Reade. Use the Duane Reade app instead! You can type in your current zip code or for easier location, use your mobile GPS for step-by-step directions to the closest Duane Reade near you.
Using the store locator function on the app, I found myself fact-to-face with the Duane Reade on Broadway at 72nd St in Manhattan for the very first time.
Once you’re inside the store, you can take the app a step further with in-store maps to easily locate products or just use the photo perks of quick printing from your smartphone. Have you ever snapped photos on your iPhone with the intentions to eventually print them out – but it never happens? With QuickPrints using your Duane Reade app, you can select photos from your iPhone albums to print and pick them up at your local Duane Reade or Walgreens in about an hour – no log-in or account required. (You can even print photos from your Facebook albums too.)
With shopping features like in-store maps to find items inside the store quickly and easily and an up-to-date store locator, there’s no reason why you shouldn’t download the free Duane Reade app on your iPhone today.
Want to discover how the Duane Reade app can make life easier for you? Check out my Duane Reade shopping experience at Duane Reade. For more information on Duane Reade visit them online and connect with them immediately on Twitter and Facebook today.
Disclosure: I am a member of the Collective Bias® Social Fabric® Community. This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias® and Duane Reade. #DRapp #cbias #SocialFabric
Getting fit & improving your health is something that’s on everyone’s resolution list. This year, it’s easier than ever when you have a fitness reminder in the palm of your hand. Don’t believe me? Let me introduce you to FitFu!
What’s FitFu? Think of FitFu as a personal trainer in your pocket that keeps you active with little bits of exercise throughout the day. It’s so easy to use, that everyone can fit in a few reps between emails, TV ad breaks, phone calls or meetings. In fact, it even uses the accelerometer to count for you – the ultimate in lazy fitness FitFu 2.0 now comes with 23 courses to train you from just a few reps to 50 or even 100 in popular exercises like Pushups, Crunches, Squats and 9 others.
We all know that keeping moving throughout the day is key to our health – but with FitFu you can use these exercise breaks to surprise yourself by achieving amazing new fitness goals! FitFu 2.0’s courses build on our hit apps CrunchFu and PushupFu by gradually training you from just a few reps to goals such as 200 Crunches and 100 Pushups.
Talk about a pocket-sized trainer! I’ll definitely be using this app for a few mid day workouts – who knows? I could be bikini-season ready before we know it…perhaps…
What apps have you used to keep you in shape? Would you consider using an app like FitFu?
If your an AT&T customer and a Ford fan, then you’re in luck! AT&T is keeping up its wheeling and dealing this week, signing an agreement with Ford to provide the built-in wireless connectivity for its upcoming Focus Electric hatchback.
The deal’s pretty simple, really. Ford has put together a comprehensive MyFord Mobile application to go with its EV, which will allow you to keep track of and schedule charging, while also serving up status notifications, range information, and nearby recharging stations’ locations, the latter facility being provided with the help of MapQuest. All that data exchange will need a nice dumb pipe to carry it between the Focus and your smartphone and AT&T is obligingly fulfilling that role — and don’t worry if your phone doesn’t support the app (works with Android, BlackBerry and iOS), Ford’s got a web interface too.