NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--ScreenShop™, the first mobile app to seamlessly convert any screenshot on your phone into a digital store, announced today the integration of the new furniture feature. Users can now simply upload any screenshot of their favorite home furniture and the app, advised by Kim Kardashian West, instantly converts the image to a shoppable catalogue of similar products at a variety of price points.
With ScreenShop, home design inspiration can come to life at the touch of a button. The app’s patent-pending image recognition technology puts redecorating your home from retailers such as West Elm, Anthropologie, Williams-Sonoma, Bed, Bath & Beyond, Macy’s and more, right at your fingertips.
“We all have stacks of magazines or albums of images on our phones or computers of home inspiration and 'dream rooms.' Now with ScreenShop, you can seamlessly bring those designs to life,” said Molly Hurwitz, co-creator and co-founder of ScreenShop. “Whether you’re looking to design a new living room, freshen up a bedroom or re-do the kitchen, the app makes it easy and fun to find the perfect pieces at any price point.”
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. Through the app, users can also easily shop women’s, men’s, plus-size and children’s looks at a variety of price points and catalogue items or directly share entire outfits with friends.
The ScreenShop app is free to download for IOS in the App Store and for Android in the Google Play Store. 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.