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Purchase Godiva Chocolate Anytime, Anywhere
Wednesday, 30 April 2008
Image Godiva Chocolatier announced the introduction of Godiva Mobile, a new application that provides access to Godiva's best selling products, which are updated daily to keep content fresh, on BlackBerry(R) smartphones.

Perfect for frequent travelers and consumers that are constantly on-the-go, Godiva Mobile provides solutions for those who have not had the opportunity to plan in advance.

"Godiva Mobile gives our customers another way to order the perfect last minute gift of chocolates, truffles and gift baskets," said Kimberly Land, vice president of the Direct-to-Consumer division of Godiva Chocolatier."

Godiva Mobile is an application that includes Godiva's best selling products and can integrate with other applications on a BlackBerry smartphone, including the address book and mapping applications. The result is a user experience that allows consumers to purchase products by simply scrolling and clicking.

Godiva Mobile includes the following user-inspired features:

Quick access to Godiva Chocolatier's most popular products.
The ability to complete a shopping transaction in less than thirty seconds from a BlackBerry smartphone, without having to endure the frustration of using a mobile browser.
Rich product descriptions and full-color images.
Address book integration, which provides the ability to input shipping information with just a few clicks.
A "One-Touch Store-Locator" that utilizes GPS or cell-tower location to automatically identify stores close to the user's location. This also includes integration with BlackBerry(R) Maps to provide point-to-point navigation and directions.
Secure transactions and password protected buying.

To download Godiva Mobile, go to from the browser on your BlackBerry smartphone.
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 30 April 2008 )
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