Millennials are always searching for ways to use technology to make life a little more convenient, so it's no surprise that Cornershop, a Chile-based grocery delivery app, has recently received $21 million in funding.
The app, which is available in Mexico and Chile, offers individuals the opportunity to browse through the shelves of local stores in an effort to full their fridges with all the basics. After an initial shopping list has been compiled, users can click the app's check-out button to pay for their purchases through a linked bank card. After the payment has been processed, the user can expect groceries to arrive at their doorstep during the pre-booked time.
Both efficient and convenient, the Cornershop app serves as a prominent example of the ways in which Millennials are leveraging technology to streamline daily activities.
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The Cornershop App Has Received $21 Million in Funding
- By: Ellen SmithJan 6, 2018