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New Grocery App From Tesco In The Ovi Store – ‘every little helps’


Today, Ovi by Nokia and Tesco launch the Tesco Grocery app, which allows you to shop for groceries at your convenience, be that on the way to work, or from the school gates. Free, simple to download and exclusive-to-the-Ovi-Store for one month, the new application offers the full shopping experience on your Nokia mobile phone.

The Tesco Grocery app allows shoppers to:


Amend an order when they’re out and about
Shop for groceries online from a computer or via a mobile – you can even start an order on one and finish on the other
View all your ‘favourites’ on your mobile or online
Book a delivery time

Also available on the Ovi Store is a Tesco Clubcard app, which stores your Tesco Clubcard details on your Nokia phone in the form of a scannable barcode for use at most Tesco checkouts. Whether you are in-store or on the move, these apps make life a lot easier.

Rupert Englander, Head of Services Marketing, UK comments: “We are delighted to bring this great, convenient app to the Ovi store. The Tesco grocery app is perfect for busy, modern lifestyles and is sure to make a real difference to shopping habits of Nokia users”.

Nick Lansley head of R&D for comments “The Tesco Grocery app is so easy to use. Simply sign in, book a delivery slot, build or amend a shopping list and check out. Tesco groceries to your door, from your mobile phone”.

Price: Free/Download

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