MoneySaver Vouchers launches iPhone app

Macworld Australia Staff
8 June, 2011
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Press Release

Melbourne, Australia – 7th June 2011 - Melbourne based direct marketing platform, MoneySaver has launched MoneySaver Vouchers, Australia’s first national geolocated consumer deals iPhone app. The app boasts vouchers from hundreds of businesses across thousands of locations Australia-wide. New vouchers from new businesses are being added everyday.

MoneySaver Vouchers is available as a free download on the iTunes app store or through It allows users to search for vouchers by category or keyword. Using iPhone’s built in GPS, the app allows users to locate nearby deals through Google Maps, across categories including: food, hair and beauty, automotive, fashion, convenience, leisure, travel and more.

At a time when the Australian – and global – consumer’s purchasing habits are evolving, MoneySaver Vouchers promises to offer the value of group-buying, the convenience of local area offers and the instantaneousness of vouchers.

“One in three smartphone users are now being directed to local businesses through their mobile phones,” said Managing Director, Paul Lidgerwood. “By 2013 it is predicted the internet usage on mobile phones will surpass that of PCs. It only makes sense to give users an option to find the saving they want, when and where they want it – wallet in hand.”

Civic Video is one of several large retailers offering great deals through the MoneySaver app. Avril-Summer Cusack from Civic’s Marketing team is excited about the possibilities this new technology holds for their nearly 200 stores. “We are using the MoneySaver app as a way to not only drive new members with free rentals, but also offer great deals to existing members,” Avril stated, “it is a great opportunity for us to target a whole new digital market.”

Coinciding with the launch of MoneySaver Vouchers, a mobile site has launched giving the full functionality of the app to non-iPhone users – including the full suite of geolocated deals. MoneySaver’s website has also been redesigned allowing visitors to access the offers from personal computers and laptops. “Niche Media has seen digital open new markets and audiences across its print publications, so taking MoneySaver into the space was a logical extension for this trusted consumer brand,” said Liana Pappas, Digital Manager at Niche Media.

MoneySaver is a division of Niche Media, publishers of popular magazine titles Macworld Australia, Marketing, touch, Architectural Review and many more. MoneySaver’s print platform reaches over 4.8million homes.

Media Interviews

Paul Lidgerwood, Managing Director of Niche Media, and Tim Cincotta, General Manager of MoneySaver are available for interviews on +61 3 9948 4900.

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