Buy and sell stuff at a digital flea market
As time goes by, we all accumulate things that we don't need or never use at home. And perhaps you need something that you can't afford. This application appears to respond to all these needs. It offers a virtual marketplace of sorts divided by zones.
Buying and selling second-hand products by area
Karrot is an app to help users buy and sell second-hand products over the Internet. It operates like other similar apps, such as Wallapop.
Upload your old stuff or search for something you want.
The characteristic of this platform is that it organizes contents by neighborhoods or geographical areas. In this way, buyers and sellers can meet close to their location for transactions and forget about packaging and shipping.
Using the search engine, you can find thousands of articles that your neighbors are selling. Each product is described in more detail on its file, and you can contact the seller via text chat if you find something you are interested in.
This app also offers users a space to sell your own second-hand stuff. The process is quick and straightforward.
What if this app does not service your area? Well, you can vote to try to bring together 250 people who are interested in forming a community of neighbors to buy and sell second-hand things.
Requirements and additional information:
- Minimum operating system requirements: Android 7.0.
With a degree in Law and Journalism, I specialized in criminology and cultural journalism. Mobile apps, especially Android apps, are one of my great passions. I have been testing dozens of apps every day for over six years now, discovering all...