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Indian furniture, Dining Table, Nest of Tables, Cushions and Accessories

Shop when and where it suits you!

Tuesday, 10 December 2013

In September this year we launched our new responsive website. In simple terms this means that whatever ‘device’ you chose to use to shop with, the Myakka website should be easy to use from them. So whether you are using a tablet, mobile phone or computer – we have made shopping easy!

Whichever device you view the Myakka website on; for example a mobile phone, tablet, laptop or desktop computer, the website will work for you adjusting itself to suit your device. The Myakka website will respond to any device to use to make it easy to read and find all the information you need.

This makes for very easy Christmas shopping as you can shop whilst out on the go on your mobile, or whilst watching TV and using your tablet just go to the Myakka website and it will respond to whichever device you are using. This means when you are looking into the detail about the product you shouldn’t need to resize the screen at all to be able to view all the infor
mation you need.

Recently we have worked hard to make sure the stock availability advertised on site is as up to date and as accurate as possible. We think that this is especially important for this time of year for making sure people get their orders on time.

You can also be assured that the Myakka website is 100% safe to shop on. All your details are kept safe and secure, even when you are shopping whilst out and about.  Plus to make life easier, especially when shopping from your mobile, you can always pay using your PayPal account which saves you having to enter all your card details.

We have tried to make it a pleasure to shop with us however you choose to do it. But if you think we could make some improvements then please let us know, drop us an email to and we will look at what we can do to improve.

Happy shopping!

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