Fruth Pharmacy launches mobile app
POINT PLEASANT, W.Va. — Fruth Pharmacy has launched a new mobile app and mobile website, the retail pharmacy chain said Tuesday.
Fruth, based in Point Pleasant, W.Va., said the app would allow customers to refill prescriptions, receive pickup and dosage reminders and locate stores and find weekly specials. Starting in three months, Fruth prescription bottles will include a 4-in. QR code to allow quick refills by scanning them with the app.
"Fruth's mobile pharmacy solution is a logical extension of our commitment to family care," Fruth president and CEO Lynne Fruth said. "Our customers' mobile phones will make it possible to manage prescriptions for the entire family and access a wide range of our pharmacy services."
The app and mobile website operate on a network created by San Francisco-based Mscripts, and the app is available for download from the Apple Store, Android Market or fruthpharmacy.com.
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