Asaf Rozin helps you to shop... using your phone

By Candice Krieger, May 12, 2011

According to current predictions, 80 per cent of the UK population will be using iPhones, Androids and BlackBerries by 2012. Good news for Israeli entrepreneur Asaf Rozin and his business partner Nir Ozeri.

They have created Stampfeet, a mobile loyalty card application. The app, free to download, enable users to store all their loyalty cards in one place and receive information about deals and points in addition to discovering new offers. The duo, both based in north London, are working with leading chains, The Tanning Shop, Samurai Sushi, The Bread Shop and Fine Burger Co, and are in talks with others firms.

Mr Rozin, 37, tells People: "We believe it's a cool service that's missing in the market. Merchants need to run loyalty schemes and now consumers can keep all their cards in one place." He says the app could in time replace the need for the plastic loyalty cards.

Last updated: 11:28am, May 12 2011