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  • E-commerce app
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  • Online shopping & reselling
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  • Marketplace app

Bob's Watches is an online marketplace where consumers can buy, sell, and trade vintage and used Rolex watches.

  • Objective C
  • Java Mvvm
  • php
  • MySQL
  • aws-ec2 AWS EC2
  • AWS S3

How Our App Looks Like

Project Overview

Online shopping is the most recent and effective phenomenon in the online space across the globe. It has indeed become a smart consumer’s best friend by leveraging a platform for easy and quick shopping for all age groups.

Tapping the market at the right time and with the right product marks the essence of one’s success. And that’s how our prestigious client, Bob, with his spearheaded focus, carved a niche for himself in the cyber earth.

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Bob’s Watches as the name suggests is an app that lets you buy and sell vintage watches on the go. Bob had a vision where he could envisage that the market is already flooded with innumerable e-commerce sites for selling all kinds of latest and trendy watches, but none had the inkling that fad for vintage stuff overpowers the trendsetting products any day and that’s how inception of his idea took place.

“A lot of spadework had to be done in terms of the app design and layout to ensure its user-friendly interface and we faced a lot of trouble during this phase due to obscurity in many verticals”, said Bob .


“Wegile was in its nascent stages when we got in touch with them but their pitch was right on and that is what impressed us!!”

All our ambiguities were sorted step by step and then we were assigned a dedicated team of developers and designers who got working on the app and it was heartening to see how our idea slowly commenced taking physical shape.


Today the app successfully runs on both IOS and Android platforms. The users have a pool of some very fine vintage watches to choose from and at the same time sell when they are done with using BOB’S Watches app.

“The key to a successful project is ‘100% transparent communication’ and that’s what we got from Wegile. ”