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  • Walmart's future could be mobile
  • Walmart's future could be mobile
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Walmart's future could be mobile

While the roll-out of Walmart’s mobile loyalty app Savings Catcher, has tended to focus on its receipt scanning feature, which generates price match coupons, the app's long-term vision is to gather enough data to be able to do your shopping automatically.

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