Digital Baseball Cards Let Fans Trade On Their iPhones

Digital Baseball Cards Let Fans Trade On Their iPhones
technology

Confectionery company Topps reinvents its retro product with interactive mobile apps.

Yi Chen
  • 12 april 2012


Topps is know for its iconic Bazooka bubble gum, which essentially led to the invention and popularity of trading baseball cards in the 1950s. Now, the company is trying to revive this retro hobby by going digital with its cards. The Topps Bunt iOS app allows users to collect virtual cards and even trade them with other people. Just like the original printed cards, these virtual cards also feature a photo and information about the player.

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