Myntra to reopen desktop site after a slump in sales

In a major twist, Myntra has decided to re-open its desktop site after nearly two years of closing down. According to analysts, the company is not getting enough profits ever since they opened sales through mobile app.

Even though the sales of smartphones have increased considerably, the awareness of Android and its apps are still in infancy stage. Many people are still unware of even how to use the apps.

As per myntra sources, the company has decided to re-open its desktop site to provide more options for users. Earleir, there was a rumor that Flipkart will also go mobile way but later on they decided to continue with desktop site.

In case of mobile site, you need to scroll down several times to find a particular product. You need to possess a big smartphone to shop effectively. It is rather difficult to shop using a 4-inch smartphone.

As far as desktop site is concerned, you can shop easily using your laptop and you can view more items on a single screen. That being said, there is a definite advantage of choosing desktop based site over mobile app.

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