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ShuffleHub Is For When You’re Too Lazy To Shop Online

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The online shopping experience can be overwhelming. Even sorting through the various filters for style, clothing type, etc. is tiring, and then you throw in the fact that there are about a hundred different sites to navigate and things get even more difficult.

Of course, we tolerate this because it’s still easier than trekking around to a dozen different stores and fighting for a dressing room and waiting in line. But what if you could take the simplicity of the IRL browsing experience and combine it with the convenience and comfort of online shopping?

That’s where ShuffleHub comes in.

ShuffleHub aggregates all your favorite online storefronts and simplifies the process. After choosing women’s or men’s clothing, you’re instantly shown eight products with large images and a product name. When you press the spacebar, you get eight more items. It’s like Shuffle for your shopping experience.

Of course, you can filter by clothing type or store if you choose, but users who want to passively shop online don’t need to do anything but press the space bar to wander through the land of online consumer goods. If you’re on an iPad, you simply press the bottom right hand side of the screen (where your thumb goes) to shuffle on.

Once you’ve chosen an item, ShuffleHub sends you to the retailer page to purchase.

Want to go back? Click anywhere.

That’s right. ShuffleHub is built specifically for laziness, so sloths like me don’t have to work too hard during the super exhausting process of sitting on the couch and shopping online.

To start, ShuffleHub is aggregating Asos, Selfridges, Urban Outfitters, Top Shop and Top Man, with more coming in the future. Awesomely enough, ShuffleHub doesn’t even need existing partnerships with these retailers as the company can just scrape the sites for this information and organize it on ShuffleHub.

The company makes money through affiliate links, which vary from site to site, but co-founder Joshua Summers explains that is around 5 percent at the moment.

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