With the “Carrousell” app, buyers can check out listings for everything from fashion to clothes and accessories. Furniture, art and books, too. Even cars and bikes.
Sellers can take advantage of the easy listing process that takes about 30 seconds. There’s even a feature to set up so-called “groups” that can be specific to neighborhoods, schools and son on.
Best of all, Carrousell has not listing fees, commissions or extra charges, making it free to buy and sell. The app is free for iOS and Android.
“Boxes” puts a unique spin on buying and selling, users create a personal inventory of stuff. Stuff like shoes, comic books and trading cards. Then, the items can be listed for sale.
Boxes also allows buyers and sellers to use it’s social features, which is great for those who have specific interests. The app is free for iOS, but requires an annual fee of 9-99 to unlock premium features.
The app called “Shpock” a play on the phrase “shop in your pocket” is another option to help with spring cleaning. Shpock connects buyers and sellers who are in close proximity to each other, eliminating the need to deal with shipping.