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A new chatroom app called Aerosoles lets you purchase a pair without even going through a store.

Users create an account, choose the color and style they want, and enter the information like phone number, email address, and a description of what they want.

The app also lets users set an expiration date for their order.

The service is available in Canada and the U.S.

Aerosoles has been making waves for its simplicity and ease of use.

The company’s founder and CEO, Scott Ollens, says he came up with the idea to build a chatroom tool to help people who shop online and aren’t able to get a retail store to give them a pair.

“We really wanted to create a simple, clean way for people to shop,” Ollen told Business Insider.

“People don’t want to buy things that they aren’t comfortable with or aren’t familiar with.”

To make the app, Olles and his team created a free tool that allowed users to upload photos and videos and enter their order details.

Aerosols then automatically calculated how much the item would cost based on the customer’s location, shipping cost, and the type of item they wanted.

The app then calculated how many days it would take to get the product, and how much money it would cost.

Once that information was entered, Aerosolis used a software algorithm to calculate the price and shipping.

The team calculated that if they were to pay $200 for a pair in Canada, the total would be $1,100.

With the app working in a day, the user would pay about $10 per item.

But with an expiration of 10 days, AerOSoles calculated that it would have to charge $2,000 for the item.

This, OLLs said, would cost the user $2.40, or $3.50 per day.

The Aerosol app’s creators say the service is ideal for people who live in remote areas or don’t have access to a physical store.

And since it’s free, Ollaes said the app can also help consumers who don’t live close to a store because it saves them the hassle of going to a retail location.

It’s an approach that Ollles hopes will help grow the online retail market in Canada.

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