Reverb LP launches mobile app for buying and selling records



A potential Discogs competitor?

Reverb LP –‘s online marketplace for buying and selling records – has launched its first mobile app for iOS and Android.

According to the company, Reverb LP uses software similar to that of dating website, “ensuring that the right buyers and sellers find each other”. The app will allow users to trade in new, used, and rare records.

As Dan Melnick, President at Reverb LP says: “More than just a website, we’re creating an online community where buyers and sellers from all over are connecting over records, CDs, and other pieces of physical music that were previously out of their reach. The mobile app we’ve created will make it easier than ever for sellers to keep up with their shops and buyers to browse Reverb LP’s always-changing inventory on-the-go.”

Whether or not the app will represent a challenge to Discogs’ record marketplace dominance remains to be seen.

The news follows the launch of Reverb LP’s site in late 2017. Earlier this year, Sonic Youth and Moby sold records from personal collections exclusively via Reverb LP.

Head here to browse the wares on offer or set up a shop of your your own.