Nembol desktop listing app now available

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With the impending demise of eBay’s TurboLister in June this year, it’s time to start considering alternative solutions and so today we’re revisiting an app we first wrote about in 2015, Nembol.

Nembol is a listing app designed to go from snapping a photo of a product to being ready to publish a unique interlinked post across your social network and marketplaces profiles in just 90 seconds. Available on iOS and Android, Nembol suits the needs of small to medium online sellers and brick-and-mortar retailers who want to list products online quickly and easily.

nembol-web-mobile-app-desktopNow Nembol have launched a desktop version of their listing app. Users have been asking to access their product inventory on a wider screen, to drag-and-drop item pictures stored on their computer, and to publish multi-channel items that come in multiple colors and sizes.

Nembol Web is accessible by visiting from any desktop computer, and it is available as subscription plan for $29/month with a 14-day free trial. Using the same email address on the web and mobile app, Nembol users can have their listings automatically synchronized between their devices.

What’s new in Nembol Web

  • Sellers can create multi-variant items and publish them on multiple websites simultaneously
  • All items are automatically synchronized between web and mobile Nembol apps that share the same email address
  • Full compatibility with the Nembol mobile app, which can be used as input tool and as barcode reader to instantly retrieve product data

The interface will look familiar to existing Nembol users: an area to connect Nembol to selling and social accounts, another one where to create and manage items, user’s profile settings, and a support area.

Nembol say “We believe that with Nembol Web we will extend our reach to the sellers and local retailers that prefer to manage their listings on a desktop computer, and meet the needs of those that have items that come in different color and sizes”.

Nembol can publish to: Amazon; eBay; Etsy; Facebook; Kijiji; Magento; Pinterest; Prestashop; Scloby; Shopify; Storenvy; Twitter; Tumblr; Vend; and WooCommerce.



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