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Scoopt Ltd.

Download size

4 MB

Last updated



Works with

  • Windows Phone 8.1
  • Windows Phone 8
  • Windows Phone 7.5

App requires

  • contacts
  • phone identity
  • location services
  • photo, music, and video libraries
  • data services
  • push notification service
  • web browser component
  • camera
  • HD720P (720x1280)
  • WVGA (480x800)
  • WXGA (768x1280)
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Supported languages (1)

English (United States)
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Scoopt is the mobile style network for young, fun, individuals who love fashion.

We make it easy to find the latest trends from a range of great fashion brands.

- The most current trends for guys and girls
- Chat with friends about favourite items
- Connect with other people whose style you love
- Quick style sharing on Facebook and Twitter
- Full screen fashion gallery – unique to Scoopt
- Prices in 12 currencies
- FREE delivery to the UK, rest of EU and USA
- Exclusive competitions

All of these things make us different to ASOS, Zappos, Topshop, Topman, H&M, Wanelo, Fab and Zara. So whether you are looking for shoes or shirts, jeans or dresses, tee’s, hats or sunglasses – Scoopt has it all, on one style network.
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  • by Angela 4/13/2014
    No search
  • by Michael 4/11/2014
    Very nicely laid out.
  • by User 4/10/2014
    I searched for Wanelo and got this... Definitely not impressed at all. The whole layout of the app is poorly made, the clothes all look the same to me. Just overall nothing compared to Wanelo. The free shipping is cool, but I'm still deleting and not coming back. I don't recommend kt.
  • by User 4/5/2014
    Love it❤❤
  • by User 4/2/2014
    Easy to use....quite awesome app
  • by User 3/27/2014
    Love it
  • by User 3/17/2014
    Clothes are outrageously expensive.
  • by Ryan 3/14/2014
    Beautiful app, use it to know what all the cool kids are wearing.
  • by olivia 2/26/2014
    Everything here is so cute
  • by Sergio 2/10/2014
    This app is actually kind of interesting. I've found things that are unusual and not what you would've seen elsewhere. Either way, what it lacks is a better way to filter articles so it makes discoverability a little easier. And possibly geographical expansion.