There is a lot of debate over which kind of application to develop for your e-commerce business. Native or Hybrid? It all depends upon the kind of business you have, the amount of money you’re willing to invest, and the way your customers prefer to interact with you and your products.

If you have an e-commerce website or web app, which you need to translate into a mobile app, then you should consider a few advantages offered by Native apps that make your product management easier.

In this article, we will talk to you about how Woocommerce Native Apps make your work easy by automating menu and category generation in your app directly through your web admin panel.

Single admin panel for product management

Merchandisers in your business can use one admin panel to upload products, their details and and prices. Products added to the website through the admin panel are automatically populated in your Woocommerce native app, too. This helps in updating product stock, images, commercials, etc. from one point, saving a lot of merchandising time and effort.

Automatic category and filter updation

Once you have developed a native app based on your web app, then as and when you change your filters and product categories on your web app, they get automatically updated on your app, too. Therefore, product category management activities can be carried out from one unique point to speed up online sales process.

Automated Processes vs. Cumbersome Drag and Drop Tools

Content related to products and that on other pages on your Woocommerce website gets optimized when it is delivered to the user through your native mobile app. Images, videos and other types of media responds to the native app and your OS’ functionalities, to deliver a smooth user experience.

Extension of the same brand image

With a native Woocommerce app, all your design structure elements get mirrored from your web app into your mobile app. With optimization for mobile usage, you get an extension of your brand elements and website functionalities to your mobile platform without spending time and effort again. This helps your customers easily relate to the app.

Mirroring sitemap

Your sitemap and web pages developed on your web-based e-commerce platform are created automatically on your mobile app, too. This helps in maintaining uniformity of products and content across all your online selling platforms. This also helps in reducing customer learning time, as users can easily switch from using your web platform to your mobile app.

Common database

With data from both mobile and web apps being collected in the same database, sales analytics becomes easier for merchandisers and managers. Managers can assess which product and product categories sell the most through various platforms, by accessing a single admin panel dashboard. This makes business decision making easier.

A native app uses the functionalities of the operating system it is developed for, so that user experience is made smoother and simpler. It also helps in systematic and seamless translation of your web app into a mobile app.

Native apps make it easy for users to access all app functionalities by using shortcuts and easy-access functions of their mobile phones.

With a Woocommerce Native App, you can reduce duplication of time spent on populating products on your web and mobile-based commerce platforms and have a uniform structure across all platforms.

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