Sunday, 16 May 2010

UPDATED: Tesco Clubcard iPhone Competition / App Download Stats

The iPhone Clubcard application has now reached just under half a million downloads and the new improved version of the application which accesses your live Clubcard points balance should be available in the App Store any moment! We've taken off the old original version so newcomers to the app don't end up having to download and set up their Clubcard application twice in one week.

The new version went live on Friday evening and we had 72,708 downloads/upgrades for the iPhone Clubcard app on Saturday 15 May alone!

Tesco have joined up with the UK newspaper News Of The World to bring you a great competition to win one of five iPhones. Correctly answer the question, "Who created the iPhone?" and you'll be entered into the prize draw. I understand that the competition closes on 25th May 2010 even though it says 18th May on the page you link to!  Link here: 

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the app Nick & Co. Getting your points balance is fairly useful but what would be better is a mini-statement screen showing dates that points are accrued and when points are deducted to convert to vouchers so that we can all do a check & balance on our valuable points :)


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