Depop

Depop for Pc


  • Category: Shopping
  • Last Updated: 2018-09-13
  • Current version: 2.29.1
  • File size: 244.78 MB
  • Developer: Garage
  • Compatibility: Requires Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10

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Downloading and installing Depop on your Windows PC

Download Depop for Windows: Depop is an Shopping App, developed by Garage. The Shopping App was officially released 2012-08-01. Today, it has gone through many interations by the developers - Garage, with the latest current version being 2.29.1 which was officially released on 2018-09-13. As a testament to the app's popularity or lack thereof, it has gathered a total of 9,892 Reviews on the App Store alone, with an average user rating of 4.5 out of a possible 5.


Using Depop on your Windows computer is actually very easy but if you are new to this process, you will definitely need to pay attention to the steps listed below. This is because you will need to download and install a Desktop App emulator for your computer. We will help you download and install Depop on your computer in 4 simple steps below:


1: Download an Andriod Software emulator for Windows

The importance of the emulator is that it emulates or immitates an android environment on your computer, making it super easy to install and run android apps from the comfort of your PC without buying a phone that runs android. Who says you cannot enjoy both worlds? To begin, you can download such an emulator app made by too top dogs in the space.
A. Nox App . OR
B. Bluestacks App .
Personally, I recommend the "B" option as Bluestacks is very popular so if you run into any trobles using it, you can find good solutions on Google or Bing (lol). 


2: Now Install the Software Emulator on your Windows PC

If you successfully downloaded the Bluestacks.exe or Nox.exe, go to your Downloads folder on your computer or anywhere you ususally store downloaded files.
Once you have find it, click it to install the application. It should start the installation process on your PC.
Click Next to accept the EULA License agreement.
Follow the on screen directives in order to install the application.
If you do the above correctly, the Software will be successfully installed.


3: How to Use Depop for Windows PC - Windows 7/8 / 8.1 / 10

Now, open the Emulator application you have installed and locate the search bar. Now type Depop in the search bar and hit Search. You will easily see the app. Click on Depop application icon. A window of Depop will open and it will display the app in your Emulator Software. Hit the Install button and your application will start downloading. Now we are all done.
Next, you will see the "All Apps" icon.
Click on it and it will take you to a page containing all your installed applications.
You should see the Depop icon. Click on it and start using the application.



Hope it was not too difficult? If you have any further inquiries, contact me through the "Contact" link at the bottom of this page so I could help You. Have a nice day!

About Depop

Developer Description

Buy, sell, create, find, show off, inspire, style, mix it up. Welcome to Depop. Depop is the creative community’s go-to mobile marketplace. Discover treasures, sell your wares, share style and meet the Depop community, all from the comfort of your phone. Join Depop to: BUY: - Browse clothing, vintage fashion, jewellery, art, books & magazines, music, film and more from likeminded sellers around the world - Discover our curated items on the Explore page - All in-app purchases are 100% protected by PayPal Protection SELL: - Open your Depop shop and sell pre-loved clothes, original creations, art, books, vintage finds and everything in between just by taking a photo - Name your own price, no bidding or haggling required - Promote your shop on social media and build an empire from your bedroom COMMUNITY: - Looking for inspiration? Before trends hit the streets, they hit Depop. Shop over 10 million items from over 7 million users. - Attend community events like local meetups, Lunch & Lists, and Depop parties in London, Milan, New York, and LA and take your friendships from online to offline

App Reviews

  • The future is bright

    4
    By shetrippymane
    There is a lot about this app that I like! The shipping process is very simple! Leaving buyers & sellers reviews is super easy! The percentage Depop earns is low so you get a larger portion of what you sell in comparison to similar apps. If you’re looking for unique items this is an app for you. Unique items are everywhere & not everything has to be name brand. I find beautiful items all the time that are stylish & aren’t name brand. The focus should be on esthetic & how you style an item. My absolute favorite part is the expression of creativity. Depop is a place where you can bring the creative vision you have for your shop alive! Everyone puts a lot of thought into bringing their vision alive! Each shop has its own vibe, & I think that’s so cool! My only complaint is that it is very hard to get ahold of anyone at Depop. If you ever have a pressing issue the process is really annoying & time consuming. Returns & exchanges should be easier. But above all else communication should definitely be improved! Whether it be through email, phone, or through the app there should be a point of contact. It means a lot to hear a voice on the other end of the phone, or knowing there’s a real person emailing you who is concerned & willing to help. In my opinion this app could use some work here & there but 90% of it is working & very user friendly! I can’t wait to see what this app will be like in a year or two. ❤️
  • Good enough for me

    5
    By berrybluekid
    I’ve had Depop for a while now and I’ve enjoyed it a lot for the most part as a buyer (haven’t experienced selling yet). I thought I hated shopping for clothing before I found Depop. I guess I just hate leaving my cozy home and the general styles I see at the mall and whatnot, but while using Depop I’m able to shop from the comfort of my house and find a variety of cute options of clothing in much lesser time than I would at a physical store. It’s easy to use and I’ve found so many nice outfits that I adore, and most are vintage meaning it’s likely I never would have had the opportunity to purchase without Depop. Plus, buying second hand clothing is environment friendly :) One complaint I do have though is that the app exits me out after a certain amount a time, which can get a bit irritating because I lose where I’m browsing. I hope this gets fixed, or that an option to check our browsing history is made available. I’m also glad that the app doesn’t give annoying notifications, except when they’re necessary, like follower updates/pm messages/comments from other users etc. I’ve seen that a lot of people have other (less positive) things to say about it, but for a shopping app, I think it’s a lot better in comparison to others and that it’s done a great job for the most part.
  • Fun but irritating

    2
    By KoolNicole
    I've been using Depop for about 2-3 months now to sell my stuff (which isn't as long as some others but I think I've learned the way around the app) and have between 1-2 thousand followers. When I first started, although not long ago, I appreciated how diverse the app was through its customers and the explore page. I'm not "butt-hurt" about not getting featured, but come on... for the past few weeks the explore page has been the SAME, already Depop-famous people. Not only that, but I've seen them feature up to 5 products by those same people at once. If you're focused on building an aesthetic feed, there's still plenty of smaller accounts that I've seen who provide clean, quality photos and unique products. It's extremely hard for smaller accounts to grow and sell now that Depop doesn't feature a variety of people. Give everyone a shot at their few seconds of fame! Also, I've seen stock images or unoriginal photos on the explore page too. It's like Depop doesn't even care to put in the effort anymore to at least do a little profile searching and see that this is not the seller's photo. Once I even saw just a selfie with sunglasses (that of which Depop probably thought they were selling) whose caption was just something about the seller and then "not for sale." All the comments were wondering why that was on the explore page, and I was too. It gives us the impression that you don't put in effort to make quality explore page.
  • Well I'm happy with it

    5
    By Rainysky17
    I see a lot of mixed reviews here that I've taken the time to read. I think people are expecting a lot from this app, which is very good; though demanding all of the kinks and tweaks to be made ASAP I don't necessarily agree with. In my opinion the app does what it is supposed to. I'm seeing a lot of complaints about the explorer page but come on. Okay yes, I get that it helps sell items but is it really that big of a deal? So the same, relatively well known sellers get a spot more frequently than the rest of us but that's just something that needs to be worked out. And, if you asked me, doesn't take away from the functionality of the app. To me, the app is lovely and I spend a lot of time paroozing through clothes just to pass time. I know the app has a couple of things that need a bit of TLC but I'm going to stick by the app and support it because I think it's a great concept. All apps have things that they need to work out, I mean come on.. that new snapchat update?... Instagram's chronological issue that they haven't changed bc they won't acknowledge that we all loath is? No. That is not this app. This app, as I have seen, listens to the critique of its users. I love this app for that. And I think it deserves more than people care to give it.
  • Users take advantage of you

    2
    By Kielondsey
    I started using this app a few months ago and all was good until I bought from a user that deleted their account before shipping their item. Depop does offer customer service however, they provided little to no help in getting my money back. Instead told me that their was a dispute with the user’s account and to wait for my money to possibly and/or item to come, both which never did. I was also sent a link by Depop to handle the dispute with PayPal even though I didn’t pay using PayPal. It seems that accounts like these that take advantage of people don’t get any serious action or consequences. Issues like these can be handled better and Depop can at the very least notify those who purchased items from an account that’s having issues or give those a refund for their product. It makes me wary to use this app to buy anything knowing this could easily happen again. Edit: PayPal did not pull up any transaction history used through the Depop app. Which is why I state I did not use PayPal to pay for my item. This creates an issue when reporting a problem to PayPal due to there being no history. There’s little options for those that have made an in-app purchase due to lack of history. Instead, the only option seems to be go through the same process of filling out a description of your dispute, which was the same process being used by Depop to handle the situation.
  • Best Buying/Selling App Ever

    5
    By Lefting4
    I started using Depop around 4 months ago, because I was really into vintage clothing at the time and was looking to find some nice deals. I was so used to using eBay and other apps, but I was very excited to find an app dedicated to mainly clothes only. I found some awesome stuff, and was buying avidly on Depop. I just loved the way the app was set up and just everything about it. The format and everything. It was awesome. Then, one day I decided to try to sell some stuff. I wanted to give it a shot to see if I could get some extra cash. I started off my selling my old clothes. It took a couple weeks of likes on items and messages until I finally had my first sale. It was very exciting for me and I thought I was the coolest person ever that at the age of 14 I sold an item. But my business took off after that sale. It then became a habit of myself and my brother who also has a Depop shop, going to thrift stores every weekend to find cool vintage pieces to re sell on our Depop accounts. Since my first sale, I’ve made about 60+ more sales, and have great feedback from all customers. I’ve made a bunch of money, and I just can’t believe I’m doing this as a 14 year old. It’s truly a great way to become a young entrepreneur. 5 stars.
  • Buyer Beware

    1
    By Gracedendy
    I have been using both Poshmark and Depop and have come to conclude that Depop is unsafe for Buyers. One you have experienced an unreliable Seller, it is so difficult to get a refund. The app claims that you should try to work it out with the Seller, but if the issue is that the Seller is unresponsive, have accepted the Buyer’s money through Paypal, then what is the point of making the Buyer contact the Seller to resolve a dispute. Poshmark allows the Buyer to withhold payment for the item until it is delivered and tendered in the specified condition advertised by he Seller on the app. It is safer for a Buyer to go through Poshmark simply because in failed transactions between Seller and Buyer, Poshmark is well invested in ensuring that both parties act and perform as promised. When claiming that an item has not been delivered, Depop send you standard response e-mails telling Buyer to try to contact the Seller through the app as well as Paypal. They provide no help and have no authority in taking appropriate measures to keep their community safe and free from scam. Selling and Buying online is a risky thing to do. Once you have contracted to sell or buy, you subject your identity as well as your address and location to the opposite party. Operating without any authority makes Depop a dangerous way to make simple purchases online. Simple purchases are not simple at all when you run into an issue like the one described above.
  • Room for improvement

    3
    By litttlejackson
    I've been using depop for over 2 years now and have just a few suggestions to make it better (in my opinion) 1. The option to cancel/refund a buyer immediately through the app. It's virtually impossible to refund someone without losing money as a seller, since payments are sent directly to PayPal where a fee is taken out (my next suggestion for improvement) sellers will always be out a few bucks for refunding someone due to PayPal feels. Like depops competitors Mercari and Poshmark they have easy ways to cancel orders and refund buyers. 2. There should be a way to receive payments through PayPal to avoid fees. I don't want to raise my prices to accommodate the fees because I always raise my price 10% to accommodate depop fees. 3. Very often shipping on my items switches from USPS (which I chose) to arranging my own shipping (which I do NOT want). I have had this issue several times and I am then at a loss bc shipping within the app is much cheaper and efficient. When it glitches and people buy my items with this shipping chosen I then have to pay more for shipping and visit my local post office which is difficult due to their specific hours and the fact that I'm a full time student and work a full time job.
  • Help the baby shops too!

    2
    By sarah51780
    I love selling and buying on this app. It’s so cool to see what everyone is selling and it’s awesome to make some extra cash by cleaning out your closet. However, I agree with some of the other reviews. The explore page is full of the same people. Big shops are automatically featured several times a day on the explore page. My shop has been running for more than a year, and i have sold many items, but I’ve only been featured once. It’s hard to catch up to those guys when Depop is putting the spotlight on the same people. Also, the 10% fee that Depop takes is understandable, but also makes it a bit hard to actually make some money. I liked the week where Depop only took 5% and I wish they’d do that permanently. This app is perfect for buying vintage items, but difficult to sell unless you’re in the 1%. UPDATE: the new update has a “staff picks” section of the explore that picks their favorite shops... all of which are shops that have skinny people modeling small clothes. A friend of mine that is currently on that page even got an email that told her to keep up with modeling her clothes and it had a bunch of “what not to do”’s. Unfortunately, I cannot model most of my clothes because I have outgrown them, so I suppose I’ll never be featured on explore. :/
  • Great

    5
    By Liltothelay
    The app overall is wonderful! especially for those just trying to get rid of clothes they don’t wear anymore, but for those trying to build a brand / business, it’s a little difficult. I’ve been using the app for months now and this is MY PERSONAL case. I eventually want to start my own brand so months ago I found the app to be a great platform to do so. They used to feature such a variety of people. Now they don’t so much, I don’t want to say they pick favorites, but it’s the same people time and time again being featured. I have been lucky to be featured a handful of time, but every time I do my feature is always at the bottom bottom and I feel like that puts me at a disadvantage. Sometimes I can’t even find myself on the explore page even though I’m featured. The percentage they take is REALLY FAIR considering all the other apps I’ve tried using, take an outrageous percentage, so you definitely can make some cash. There’s a lot they can improvement on, but they’re definitely on top of their game & personally I think the best app to sell in right now.

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