AJIO is a fashion e-commerce app that promises to help you ‘save big and express your style fearlessly’. With fantastic perks and discounts, 30-day returns, and a massive selection of items, it hopes to become India’s leading online trend store.
Brands all over
AJIO, an extension of India's largest seller called Reliance Retail, features over 450 brands for purchase. You'll find clothing, footwear, and accessories on the app, with fantastic discounts to spice up the offer.
The collections get updated continually with newest arrivals, ensuring that the store is never out of touch. You'll find international fashion brands, local Indian manufacturers, and a complete in-house label called AJIO Own.
AJIO helps you shop comfortably with doorstep shipment across the country, cash-on deliveries, 30-day returns, free shipping, and refunds. You can log into your online wallet or link the app to your e-banking for more manageable payments.
You can download and use this programme for free on Android and iOS devices. There are no in-app purchases. You only pay for what you buy.
If you want to sell your brand on AJIO, you can pitch to the company on LinkedIn.
The app features a sleek, attractive design with clean backgrounds and popping options, making it easy to navigate. The Recommends section represents the best of trends, and you can visit the daily spotlight to check out the latest styles, too.
Moreover, you'll find an editorial that features the biggest names in high fashion. You can read the stories directly from the built-in browser.
AJIO is quite safe when it comes to both the security of your financial and personal information and the state of their items. The brands and products tend to be genuine and high-quality.
Should go international
AJIO is a promising app. The brands are plentiful; the customer service, decent; and the more severe complaints, few. Unfortunately, like Myntra, one of its most significant competitors, it doesn’t deliver outside India, which dramatically reduces its convenience. If you’re looking for native Indian clothing stores that ship worldwide, you should try LimeRoad instead.