Ranking of shopping app providers in offers

Inflation, schmiflation. People buy the things they need and want, regardless of macroeconomic headwinds and whatever else comes between us and our business.

Check out the latest PYMNTS ranking of shopping app providers, where big brands mingle with newcomers for the tens of millions of app users in the market for anything.

The Top 5

You almost know if before you say it. SHEIN app is #1. It’s fast fashion.

At No. 2, on its own, is Amazon, breaking a tie at that position last month with rival Walmart falling a spot at No. 3.

Nike is down one position in the chart to the very respectable No. 4.

Another tie forms at No. 5 as AliExpress and Fetch Rewards vie for that gateway to the top.

Top 10

A big winner at #6 as Alibaba.com aims to gain three chart positions in a month.

The eBay app drops down to #7 this time around.

Etsy is also down one to No. 8 on this round of the rankings.

Out of nowhere comes The Home Depot app, suddenly appearing at #9.

The final tie is at #10 as OfferUp (already ranked) is joined by the Poshmark app.

And that’s how we do the PYMNTS ranking of shopping app providers, not found anywhere but here on PYMNTS.com.



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Jennifer C. Burleigh