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Let’s Build: A WooCommerce native app in minutes

Creating a WooCommerce mobile app doesn’t always mean that you have to invest an exorbitant amount of fund or energy in getting professional developers on board.

A great alternative to building a custom-made native application is converting a live website into a mobile app​ with DIY tools. You can simply go with an app builder to create a mobile app within minutes of signing up.

AppMySite is great tool that helps create a robust native app for WooCommerce in a matter of minutes. The apps delivered are constructed to be published on Google Play and Apple App Store.

Here’s how you can build an app for your WooCommerce store.

Turn website into app in three easy steps

Developing a mobile app is as simple as buying a pair of denims online. Since AppMySite is DIY and no-code, you can sign up and start building your app without any technical pre-requisites.

All you have to do is visit the AppMySite, sign up for a free plan, and connect your WooCommerce store and app. You can design your app’s crucial assets like icons, launch screen, home screen, and more along the way. There are also plenty of options to configure your app’s settings as well.

Once you’re done creating your app, simply upgrade to the plan that suits your business. With a paid plan, you’ll be able to generate your app build and download it from AppMySite.

AppMySite offers a lot of documentation on how to publish your Android and iOS app to the app stores. Once the app is live, you can manage your app from AppMySite effortlessly. Your WooCommerce store’s data will be synced to the app automatically.

If you’d like to build more apps for other websites or clients, you can even create a whole new WorkSpace and upgrade to an unlimited plan.

Amazing features of your WooCommerce mobile app

Robust native apps 

Like we said, native apps are the best in terms of mobile performance and publication on the app stores. The best part of building apps with AppMySite is that you can build a fully native app for your WooCommerce store without actually writing a single line of code. Native apps built on AppMySite are carefully constructed to be published on the app stores.

Intuitive filter and search options

If your website consists of innumerable products, there is a possibility that your customers will be unable to find a particular item they are looking for. Your WooCommerce app will be powered by smart filter and search options that will allow your customers to discover products effortlessly. You’ll be able to manage these options from within your AppMySite account.

Seamless checkout experience

Offer a smooth shopping experience to your customer by allowing them to add several products in their cart, which will allow them to take a quick look of the products within the cart. The shopping app that you build will automatically show all the payment options active on your website. AppMySite provides universal payment and shipping support. Any payment and shipping solution you’re using for your WooCommerce store will be automatically synced to the app.

Dynamic Dashboard 

Every time you make a change to your website, it will automatically be updated on your mobile app too. For instance, you can change images and content of any product on your WooCommerce website, and your app will be updated automatically as well. This feature allows you to simultaneously manage your website and app content.

Personalized customer screen

Give your customers a personalized account and profile which they can make changes to any time they want. This feature will help your users change or add billing address, contact details, profile pictures and more. Customers can also have a look at the detailed history and logs of the orders they have purchased with you before.

In conclusion

The process to convert a WooCommerce website to a mobile app is easy and takes much less time than custom app development. This article covers how to build a mobile app for your e-commerce store and all the features you can power it with.


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