Pike Place Market is going digital.

In collaboration with The Pike Place Market Preservation and Development Authority, the Bing team at Microsoft today launched Edibly, a free mobile app that aims to help users shop more efficiently.

Bing is piloting the app at the world famous market. The 10 million visitors that come through every year can now preview products, compare vendor prices, make shopping lists and see a map of the entire market to get around quickly.

There is also a “What’s New Page” that allows customers to see new products. Users can also search a database of all products broken down into categories like beverages, dairy and meat.

Vendors have their own pages with vendor profiles and contact information. For now, the app is focused on fresh food vendors and available only on iOS devices.


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  • http://www.facebook.com/lindsay.hersh.96 Lindsay Hersh

    Definitely giving this app a try! Thanks!

  • http://twitter.com/enriquegodreau Enrique Godreau III

    Bravo! One local institution looking after another local institution.

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