Why Coach ditched its mobile app for iMessage

When Coach released its iOS app in 2014, apps were all the rage. A lot has changed in two years.

“The app is no longer viable” said Dana Randall, Coach’s head of innovation, at an Advertising Week panel on Monday morning. “We weren’t getting the usage we needed to keep updating it.”

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