The ProFlowers flower delivery app can be used on your iPod touch, iPad, and iPhone and makes it possible for users to put together the perfect arrangement and set up delivery within mere minutes.
Through this iPhone flower delivery app, flowers can be sent for all kinds of occasions and are ideal if you won't be able to see the recipient in person but still want to show he or she is on your mind.
Keep reading our ProFlowers app review to learn more about this good flower delivery app for iPhone and iPad users.
What’s great about flowers is that they really work for all kinds of occasions and events whether it is a celebratory event, to show someone you’re thinking of him or her, or in sympathy. There is always a perfect arrangement that you can put together and in a price range you’re comfortable with.
The ProFlowers app gives you the ability to put together the perfect selection and then set up the delivery including the location, date, and include a personalized message. You’ll even be able to pay for the flowers through the app making it a streamlined process from start to finish.
In order to go that extra step and really wow users the ProFlowers app offers a nice selection of added tools. Searching for that perfect item couldn't be easier and you'll be able to view a beautiful detailed picture of each arrangement along with the price.
You can choose to add a personalized message which you'll be able to type in the delivery order and then you'll be able to set up the delivery details.
You've also got the option of including add-on gifts. The process is actually five steps long whether you are sending flowers or plants, which means in just a few short minutes you'll be finished.
The only complaint that customers seem to have is that they want even more choice and flexibility on building that perfect gift to send.
I have to agree with this sentiment as the more options you give customers, likely the happier they'll be. This has nothing to do with the user interface or how the app works mind you, this is rather a supplier issue.