Flipkart is selling Moto X. It is priced at Rs 23,999 and Rs 25,699 for the plastic and wood variants respectively. Three launch day offers are available.
Flipkart is the official launch partner of the Moto G and is offering many freebies! Snapdeal is also selling the Moto G online.
It’s official finally. Moto G is here. It is scheduled to be available from February 5, 2014, report various blogs. It is said that Motorola won’t be selling Moto G in brick-and-mortar shops. It would be selling the Moto G only online and Flipkart looks like the official launch partner for the device. The Moto […]
Snapdeal and Tradus are now here with one-day delivery services just like Flipkart and Amazon. But the highlight is, Snapdeal and Tradus offer it for free.
Flipkart has finally brought a native Android app. This app comes packed with an amazing user interface. Buying things becomes a lot more easier now.
Flipkart is shutting down its online digital store Flyte on June 17. The move is probably not because of piracy but mainly because of growing competition from Apple and Google.
Flipkart launches marketplace, a service for vendors to offer their products and using Flipkarts own logistic support for delivery. This will ensure Flipkart a wider variety of products and also possibly at more competitive prices.
Flipkart has rolled a new service for Android users. It has started selling e-books from its Flyte store. The service allow upto 6 downloads on different devices. It also has over 4000 free e-books.
It looks like the Indian music fans are in for some exciting times. Most people who listened to MP3 music, downloaded pirated versions. The reason behind this was there were hardly any DRM free MP3 music being sold legally. In the world where people literally have a thousand songs on their mobile phones, India badly […]
I am sure by now you must have read or heard about this online service called Flyte by Flipkart. It is run by Flipkart.com and allows users to purchase MP3 music files at pretty reasonable prices. Until last week for Indian music fans, there was no real online retailer who sold music legally and cheap. […]