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If you hate clicking to buy something after reading the product info — only to find it’s out of stock or the wrong size — a San Francisco-based company thinks its new Product Availability API will help change that.

“This is the first time an app developer can integrate with an API that gives access to product availability for hundreds of retailers,” Two Tap CEO and cofounder Razvan Roman told VentureBeat.

The company hopes this automated product inventory API, out today, can help make links to out-of-stock products a thing of the past.

Two Tap’s vision is that consumers will be able to buy products that are in stock, in the desired size, color, or style within an app or shopping site, without visiting the retailer’s site.

Roman said the new Product Availability API does not require any technical integration by retailers, because it uses page-scraping technology to grab ...


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