How to get more shoes online with your smartphone

People have long used apps like Yelp and Instacart to shop for shoes online.

But the two platforms are now getting ready to open up more of their catalogs, as companies like Shoes.com are partnering with third-party retailers to make shoe purchases on mobile devices.

The new platforms will let shoppers pick up shoes from a variety of stores in the United States and abroad, then pay the retailers directly for the shoes they want, and avoid the hassle of traveling to a store.

The two new platforms, which are still in their infancy, will let people shop online for shoes and other merchandise in the US and worldwide.

The platforms, called SmartShoes and SmartBars, are based on the platform ShopperVoice, which is based in Germany.

The shopper-friendly platform lets people shop for merchandise on smartphones in over 100 countries, including countries like Mexico, the Philippines, and Brazil.

“We believe that there’s a huge need for a smart platform to offer shoppers the tools to get the best prices on the most innovative products,” said Kevin Lichtman, vice president of product strategy for Shoes.

“By allowing users to shop on their mobile devices and have their purchases tracked on Shopper Voice, ShopperV, we can help more people save money on shoes.”

The platforms will be free to use, and shoppers can purchase up to $2,000 worth of shoes per month.

Users will be able to set the price of each item and pick the retailer to buy it from.

Shoes.net will be the only store to offer the platform, with Shopper Voices already allowing customers to shop from over 80 different retailers, according to the company.

The platform will be available to users in the U.S. in the coming weeks, and it will be coming to more countries in the next few months.