New products from eBay, the world’s biggest online retailer, will be available to anyone on the internet, starting today.
The online store, which will launch in July, will allow people to shop directly from their phone or tablet, using their existing eBay accounts.
People will also be able to add products to their cart, and when a new product is added, it will be automatically added to the store.
Customers will be able add and remove products from their cart by either going to the ‘Add’ or ‘Remove’ links on the right side of their screen, and then clicking ‘Add to Cart’.
The store will be accessible to anyone who has an eBay account, although a new user will need to have an account before they can start using it.
The store is a new way to buy items from the company’s e-commerce platform, which has more than 50 million members worldwide.
It will be eBay’s third major online store in a year, following its acquisition of Jet.com, which opened in March.
Last month, eBay announced a deal with Apple to sell iPhones in its online shop.
The company also announced a partnership with Starbucks to sell coffee in its stores, but those deals have been pulled due to “safety issues” and “limited availability”.