There is no official Craigslist mobile app, but Mokriya, a company that worked on apps like Threadflip, has licensed the right to use Craigslist's data for a streamlined new app with impressive search capabilities.
Mokriya Craigslist has a clean interface that features two tap navigation, which means accessing any part of the site takes just a few taps. Browsing desired products is as simple as entering a city, tapping a category, and scrolling through listings.
The app is image-centric, similar to Pinterest, with pictures in listings displayed prominently. Advanced search features make it easy to find specific listings. Posting from Mokriya Craigslist is quick, requiring just a headline, a price, a category, and a photo.
Mokriya Craigslist is free to download, but accessing premium features like alerts and favorites or creating posts will require a $0.99 upgrade. [Direct Link]
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we can thank nigerian paypal scams for that.
It has been common sense that people use Craiglist so they don't have to ship stuff. Annoying, yeah, but it's not eBay. Even just trying to ask is problematic, I've tried it many times, and people just say they don't do PayPal. Even if you'd pay the shipping costs.