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ScreenShop™, the first mobile app to seamlessly convert any screenshot on your phone into a digital fashion store, announced today the integration of its new Kidswear feature. Using unique visual search capabilities, ScreenShop can now convert any outfit screenshot - adult or youth - to similar, shoppable items for boys and girls at a variety of price points.
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ScreenShop Announces Integration of Kidswear to Shopping App (Photo: Business Wire)
ScreenShop, launched in November 2017 with Early Adopter and Advisor Kim Kardashian West, leverages world-class technology to make shopping the looks consumers love on social media, online, and on the street simple and easy. Children’s fashion from a variety of online retailers including Ralph Lauren, Gap, J. Crew, Carter’s, Old Navy, and more, can be found by uploading a screenshot of the style to the app.
“It has never been easier to shop similar styles for the entire family. You can now upload screenshots of your favorite influencer or celebrity looks and the app will find matching clothing for both adults and children,” said Molly Hurwitz, co-creator and co-founder of ScreenShop. “This is such a fun way to coordinate outfits with your kids and makes shopping for your loved ones of any size as easy as uploading an image.”
The ScreenShop app is free to download for IOS in the App Store and to sign up for the Android beta. For more information and affiliate inquiries, please visit: www.screenshopit.com.
ScreenShop™ is the first mobile app to seamlessly convert any screenshot on your phone into a digital fashion store by identifying shoppable items in your photos and building a custom catalogue of similar products. Users can tap any women’s, men’s and now children’s look to seamlessly buy it from an online store, or favorite it to look at later. ScreenShop was co-created by Mark Fishman, Molly Hurwitz, Ari Bregin, Meir Hurwitz and leading Israeli technologist, Jonathan Caras, alongside Early Adopter and Advisor Kim Kardashian West.
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