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NEW YORK — Rite Aid has become the latest chain to join the retail smartphone application game.
The Camp Hill, Pa.-based retail pharmacy chain recently launched an app for smartphones that allows users to refill prescriptions by scanning their barcodes or entering the prescription number, transfer prescriptions, manage their Wellness+ loyalty card accounts, view weekly circulars and compile shopping lists, among other features.
The app is available for major smartphone brands including the Apple iPhone and Android phones.