Hugely popular handmade marketplace Etsy has launched a slick new Android app to help connect mobile buyers, the company announced today.
The app lets users of the service browse through more than 17 million items from 800,000 sellers around the world. Thankfully, the app supports English, German, French, and Dutch, so many folks worldwide can immediately take a dive into the mobile experience. While the app is great for browsing items, some reviewers noted it could use some serious work to help sellers.
Etsy’s launch on Android follows launches on the iPhone and iPad, showing how important mobile is for future growth.
New York-based Etsy has raised about $91 million from investors including Index Ventures, Union Square Ventures, and Accel Partners.
Check out more photos of the new app below:
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