We’ve just updated Swapit with two key improvements:
- Quick Select popular categories and filter settings
- Translate Post Title and Description to and from 100 languages.
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We’re constantly improving Swapit and all changes Swapit introduces are based on our user feedback and demand.
This new update is already available on Google Play and will soon also be available on the Apple App Store.
HOW QUICK SELECT WORKS
We’ve added a small horizontal bar at the top of our list where you can now quickly select popular categories and filter settings. Here is how it looks like:
The top left image shows the standard way our Swapit product browse list looks like. After clicking one of the pre-defined “quick select” buttons, you can now quickly narrow down the content that’s shown to you. It’s easy, useful, and works like charm.
One of the reasons, why we introduced this feature, was that people didn’t realize – at a first glance – that there is such way to narrow down and filter the choice of products you see. From the onset, Swapit has some quite sophisticated filters, which allow you to only show what you’re interested in. However, many people don’t discover that at their first use of Swapit. As a result, they see a lot of items they might not be interested in right now, and as a result of that, they believe Swapit is not for them.
It’s that psychological compartmentalization, which then puts Swapit as an app and marketplace into that corner of the user’s brain where it might be useful, but is not at this moment in time. Swapit got used less because of that. In order to reduce this behavior, we’ve introduced our Quick Select bar. On purpose, we want Swapit to require as minimal or best no education on its usage at all. It just simply needs to work out-of-the-box and feel natural to our users.
Anyhow, just give it a try. We’re sure you like it.
HOW POST TRANSLATIONS WORK
Again, we’ve built this in the most easy way possible. If an item post is in a language you do not speak (check your profile settings), you will see a simple “See Translation” button in it. By clicking that button, the post’s title and description is being translated into the language your phone is set to.
The translation might take a second or two as we are using cognitive background processing to ensure a close-enough translation of such text.
Have you tried Swapit yet? Get it from: http://get.swapit.la/now