The future of shopping? App lets you buy every item you screenshot

·E-Commerce Editor, Yahoo Life UK
The LIKEtoKNOW.it app is a real game changer [Photo: LIKEtoKNOW.it]
The LIKEtoKNOW.it app is a real game changer [Photo: LIKEtoKNOW.it]

What percentage of your camera roll is screenshots? Well, if you’re anything like us it’s probably quite a lot.

Since Instagram came onto the scene, we’ve been busy taking screenshots of things left, right and centre. From our fave blogger’s OOTD, to a reminder to try *that* new beauty product, or simply because we still really want the new Anya Hindmarch bag. Either way, our phones now hold quite a catalog of style inspo snaps.

But searching for the items in said screenshots isn’t always easy. Fortunately, an app is here to make your life a lot easier.

Say hello to LIKEtoKNOW.it.

The fashion app, which allows you to shop your favourite influencer’s snaps by simply liking his or her Insta pic, is a real game-changer. It’s not new – in fact in launched way back in 2014 – but it’s recently got a brilliant update that lets you shop your screenshots.

Previously you would receive an email with ready-to-shop links when liking/double tapping an IG pic. Now, within seconds of screenshotting a photo, the Like to Know it app will send you a notification with links to the products featured in the screenshot.

As if things couldn’t get any better, it’s now not only limited to our Instagram feeds: You can also shop Snapchat, Twitter, Pinterest and Facebook.

Genius, if not a little dangerous for our bank balance.

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