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Mall of America in Bloomington, MN and King of Prussia in King of Prussia, PA Maps Have Been Updated and Are Available For Free Download.

Friday, July 8th, 2011

Mall of America

Since opening its doors in 1992, Mall of America® has revolutionized the shopping experience and become a leader in retail, entertainment and attractions. Mall of America is one of the top tourist destinations in the country as well as one of the most recognizable brands. It is now updated in the FastMall application for free download.

New stores that have recently been opened at Mall of America are: 77Kids By AE, 925 sterling avenue, Air Traffic, All About Time, Aloha Shades, Belts & Buckles, Belts & More, Best Buy Rotunda, Betsy Johnson, Bico Australia, Black Magic, Bostonian, Butterflies, Call it Spring, Cellular World Connection, City Shirts, Claire’s Boutique, Claire’s Pub, Coffee And Tea, Color Revolution, Cut above home, Dome Skin, Easy Reader Optical, Energy Armor Bands, Engrave UR Memory, Equalizer Shirts, Flight Plan, Flips, Foreign Flix, Freeziac, GLITZ!, Hawaii Crabs, Heather’s Perfume, Hi-Score Video Games, Hockey Minnesota, Hollywood Hair, House of Comedy, Hugo Boss, Impulse, Invisible Shield by Zagg, ISmart Massager, Kemps Ice Cream Cafe, Lee’s Gallery, Lionel Trains, LOFT, Long Tally Sally, Luggage Logic, Moose Mtn. Golf, Natural Beauty, No Fear, Northwood Candy Emporium, Oxfordtime/Fancy Fakes, p.s. From Aeropostale, Pretzel Maker, Prof Bellows Old Time Photos, Rich Girl, Rosetta Stone, Sacks and The Cities, Sea Life Aquarium, Silver & Stones, Silver time, Soho Fashions, Wallets 4 You, WOW Smile.

King of Prussia Mall

King of Prussia Mall offers the most discriminating shopper an endless selection of luxury department stores, exclusive shops and sophisticated dining experiences-over 400 stores and restaurants in all. It is now updated in the FastMall application for free download.

New stores that have recently been opened at King of Prussia are: Dunkin’ Donuts, Gateway Newstand, Piercing Pagoda, Adorn Sense, Mrs. Field’s, Canton, Gyros & Wraps, Cosimos Pizza, Sakura Japan, Bassett’s Original Memphis BBQ, Debbie Brooks, temptaiton, nestology, clear wireless, Plaza Chiropractic & massage, Jack Georges, Lucky Brand, Cache, Kiehl’s, L’Occitane, California Cafe, Fruit Sensations Food Court Cafe, Gelato Aromi, Travelex Currency exchange, The Basement Store, Bellamici Gold & Estate Jewelry, epitome Nails & Spa.

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Monday, March 1st, 2010

An App for That, Too: How Mobile Is Changing Shopping
These Six Products Give Retailers a Reason to Be Excited About the Platform

NEW YORK ( — Mobile phones are fast becoming the way consumers find coupons, research products, compare prices and make purchases. It makes shopping easier for consumers, but that doesn’t mean retailers are thrilled at the prospect of consumers consulting mobile phones from their aisles — after all, does Best Buy want you to know that the item in your cart can be had cheaper at Amazon — and purchased right now on your phone?

“There is fear, but it is the new reality,” said Dan Butcher, a reporter at Mobile Marketer. “Retailers are becoming aware that consumers are using their phones in the store to make decisions. They’re realizing that they need to support that platform.”

Indeed, retailers who don’t embrace the technology now will be left to play catch-up in the years to come. But there is reason for retailers to be excited about the shifting mobile landscape. Many of the mobile applications coming onto the market actually benefit bricks-and-mortar retail by improving the in-store experience or driving traffic to stores that are either nearby or boast the best deals.

There are dozens of retail-related mobile applications on the market today, making it impossible to highlight them all. Here are half a dozen that stand out for the impact they’re having on the way consumers shop.

WHAT IT DOES: This iPhone and iPod Touch app provides interactive maps of malls, highlighting elevators and the quickest route to stores, as well as helping shoppers find food vendors and remember where their cars are parked. A shake of the phone turns up the nearest restroom location. Shoppers can also make lists and access coupons.

WORTH WATCHING: The death of the mall has been touted over and over during the last decade. And while it’s true that shoppers are turning to new formats or going online, all many of them want is a simpler shopping experience. Making mall shopping easier and more interactive through mobile apps has the potential to win over some consumers.

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FastMall iPhone app featured in Minneapolis’ largest newspaper, The Star Tribune.

Monday, February 8th, 2010

Directionally challenged shoppers, take heart. There’s an app for that.

FastMall is a free iPhone download that works sort of like an indoor Google Map. FastMall can help shoppers navigate through the maze of stores, find restaurant peer reviews, and (of course) get coupons and exclusive deals.

Parents with strollers can locate escalators and elevators. A GPS function can reunite parking ramp wanderers with their cars. FastMall even provides a turn-by-turn route to the nearest restroom.

FastMall is a product of New York-based MindSmack, which does Web development for such companies as Citibank and IBM. The program launched in mid-December, and was upgraded a little more than a week ago.

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