App is as tedious as their catalog 80/20 makes great products, but building and pricing a BoM manually is very tedious. Please make your products and pricing more accessible! 180MB zipped PDF with separate price lookup? I can understand the reasoning for printed catalogs, but with modern computer technology? Come on...
80/20's APP ROCKS ! ! ! The Best Aluminum Extrusion Supplier now with the Best App ! ! ! Couldn't ask for more. I wouldn't expect any less from 80/20 and this app is exactly what I needed. Thank you so much for sharing this app with all of us loyal customers--------------------NICHOLAS-SHAKE-----------
Barely useful Zoom option on this app is not enough to review the details of the pages. App will not obey my phones disabled auto rotation feature. Made it impossible to browse the products while in bed.
Nothing really useful, kinda like many other company apps, they feel they MUST get an app out because everyone else is but......no clue as to what the app is suppose to do. I love working with their product, but their website and app really fall short, reminds me of the 90s.....
Joaquin Vitela Quick inventory to view at your fingertips. Once I find what I need, I look for the item on Ebay. If I need special sizes, I can also ask them for a quote (it is easy going though the Ebay site to communicate) and they create a special listing for me. In a few days, the items ordered are at my doorstep.
Difficult UI Old-guard companies need to step it up and make ordering and navigating products simple. A product catalogue shouldn't be sheets of scanned pages. It is totally possible to list out the profiles, categorize them, list the price, zoom into detailed specs, etc. The catalogue is depicted the same way as example projects, which should be visually different from the actual navigation of products to be purchased. Who use the app to browse a catalog that cannot be browsed? They'd go to the website instead. There is as shopping cart, but I can't seem to find items to add. The app is glitchy, and you get stuck on pages. The catalog is over a thousand pages, and you can't go to any one of them. Do you want us to buy or not? Put the price, make it easy to navigate to specific PIDs, making it easy to add to cart. Avoiding tiny pics. This is what blows my mind about old-guard engineering companies. They always want you to call in, so that they can get a sales person to talk to you to sell more stuff. The entire company is founded in interchangeability and simplicity of the product. Why maintain the overhead to create a barrier to purchasing? Why create an app if not to boost sales?
Minor bug fixes