Open up Quick and you'll see two paths you can take: Sell or Search & Buy. Selling an item using Quick is totally straightforward. Just hit List an Item and input all of the vital info, like Title, Price, Category, Description, Payment Options, Delivery Options, and Photos. You can snap a few new pics or import existing ones from your Gallery. If you're selling a fairly common item, there's a nice feature that lets you use Quick to search for it (either by keyword or scanned bar code), in order to autopopulate the item fields. Lastly, at the bottom of the page, indicate where you want to sell your item. Every item is posted in Quick's database. Plus, you can also choose to post it on Craigslist, eBay, and even Facebook. To keep track of your listings, just go to the My Quick page.
More than just a seller's tool, Quick is also great for shopping. First thing you need to know, though, is the app does not let you browse through Craigslist and eBay listings. Instead, it only lets you search through items posted in Quick's database. To get started, you can search for items listed nearby, browse through categories, or scan the bar code of an item you want. If you find something you like,
One thing Quick could really improve on is its interface. The perpetually scrolling Latest Items ticker at the bottom of the Home screen is annoying, to say the least. Also, the icons at the bottom of the screen are unintuitive. Overall, the interface looks busy and uninviting, and I must admit, I found myself a bit disoriented at times.
While the seller features of Quick are no doubt useful (posting on Craigslist, eBay, and Quick at once is nice), shopping on the platform is a bit underwhelming. Perhaps if more sellers decide to use the service that will change. Still, I wouldn't count Quick out. Clean up that interface a bit, and it's got some potential.