GREENJINN CONVERTS THE NATION INTO HEALTHIER, SAVVIER SHOPPERS AS AMOUNT OF DOWNLOADS DOUBLE

Feb 15, 2018 · 2018 sees the rise of Artificial Intelligence (AI) powered cashback app, GreenJinn, as user downloads soar to over 70,000 over the Christmas period.

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GreenJinn is on a mission to change the way UK consumers are shopping with an artificial intelligence-powered app that gives cashback on regular supermarket purchases while suggesting healthier and environmentally friendly alternatives. The approach is boding well with the UK public and today GreenJinn has announced that it is seen a 100% rise in users over the winter period alone, with more than 70,000 UK shoppers now using the app to save money.

With the GreenJinn app, suggestions for irrelevant offers and unhealthy products are replaced with an effortless, personalised and quick system for saving money on the products each user wants, without scrimping on quality. Users have customised coupons at their fingertips; enabling them to choose their own preferences on offers and coupons they receive across nationwide supermarkets (currently available in Tesco, Sainsbury’s and Waitrose). Amongst the many who have benefited from the app is savvy shopper and cashback queen, Aimee Moore, who recently spent only £20 on a luxury Christmas worth over £2,000 thanks to the coupons.

GreenJinn’s success with British shoppers stems from a carefully developed, customer-centric approach using the very latest in AI technology. After listening carefully to the public’s growing frustrations with outdated money saving systems such as paper coupons, existing deal sites and loyalty schemes, GreenJinn developed a personal shopping assistant that has the power to save users up to £120 each month on their grocery shop. GreenJinn is the only app that is intuitively responding to customers’ needs to shop greener, and aims to inspire its users by suggesting healthy, environmentally friendly alternatives and eliminating junk food options. Testament to the app’s popularity was the speed at which our users shopping across Tesco, Waitrose and Sainsbury’s jumped immediately on board once their store of choice went live.

GreenJinn CEO and Co-founder Giuseppe Licari says: "We’ve noticed that many existing systems for saving money are inefficient and time-consuming for the users: offers are often irrelevant to them and are usually on obscure products. We are changing the face of couponing to become simple, fast and useful using our AI-powered technology. We’re also the only app that’s driven by an aspiration to help users live healthier, avoiding offers on highly processed and junk foods wherever possible. We care about personal health, wellbeing and the environment. GreenJinn currently offers users coupons personalised to their preferences, and in the next months we will be improving our technology to fit shoppers’ habits even more."

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