The new Shopify Mobile Buy SDK makes selling physical products through your mobile app incredibly easy. With just a few lines of code, you can add native buy buttons or embed a responsive online store into your app. Your app’s users can then securely checkout using Apple Pay or their credit card.
The Shopify Buy Button is the easiest way to add ecommerce to any website. You can use it to sell your products on Wordpress, Tumblr, Squarespace, on your own self-hosted website, or anywhere else. Adding a buy button to your website is as simple as embedding a YouTube video, and you get all the power and reliability of the Shopify platform.
Today, we’re bringing you a new way to track the performance of your business with Shopify Mobile on Apple Watch. Now you can access the most timely and relevant data about your business without having to open up your laptop or pull out your phone.
With Shopify Mobile on Apple Watch, you can glance at sales and traffic or tap into the app to view a more detailed overview of your store. Your Apple Watch will notify you with a subtle tap on your wrist when your receive a new order.
Most traffic to online stores now comes from smartphones and tablets. The problem is that many of these shoppers don’t end up checking out on their mobile device, opting instead to make the purchase from their computer. This delay in gratification can diminish the excitement of buying something new, leading to a permanently abandoned shopping cart. That's why we've been working closely with Google to build and integrate Google Wallet with Shopify.
Today, we’re excited to announce that eligible Shopify merchants based in the United States can start accepting payments from customers using Google Wallet.
If you’re like most merchants, your customers—and consequently your sales—are being spread across many different online and offline sales channels. For example, in addition to selling through your online store, you might be selling at retail stores or pop-up shops, through online marketplaces, on social media, within native mobile apps, and more. This likely means you're spending hours each day synchronizing products, merging customer databases, and doing a lot of manual work in different tools just to run your business. With the increasing number of sales channels that are becoming available, this way of doing things just isn’t sustainable.
You’ll need to replace this painful patchwork of systems with a simple, unified platform. One that can be used to effortlessly sell your products in all of your different sales channels. We have been designing Shopify to be that platform.
Today, we’re excited to announce two updates to your Shopify admin that make it easier to manage and sell your products across all of your sales channels.
These upgrades are free to all Shopify merchants and will be released over the coming week.
Today we’re excited to announce that selling in person just got a whole lot easier. Our point of sale app, Shopify POS, is now available on the iPhone, and it's free for all Shopify merchants.
With the new Shopify POS, you can now accept cash, credit, debit, and gift cards on your iPhone and iPad. Brick and mortar businesses can use our new Retail Package for more advanced features.
Shopify POS seamlessly integrates with your online store so your products, orders and customers are always in sync. Bridging this gap between online and offline selling is an important step forward in our mission to make commerce better.
Today, we’re excited to introduce storefront editor, the easiest way to build a beautiful online store. Storefront editor empowers you to take creative control of your online store, giving you even more freedom to create a home for your brand.
Check out the video now to learn more.
At Shopify, our goal has always been to make it as easy as possible for your customers to buy from your online store. For years we’ve provided our merchants with a simple and secure online checkout that, to date, has processed over $5 billion in sales for hundreds of thousands of individual businesses.
But the web is constantly changing. So today, we’re excited to announce the launch of Responsive Checkout, a brand new ecommerce checkout experience for online stores.
Responsive Checkout is the result of mobile-first thinking and is designed to help you capture more sales – allowing you to spend more time running your business and less time chasing abandoned carts.
It’s a product born out of thousands of hours of usability research and millions of dollars in real transactions carried out by stores using our early release version.
or check it out on the Shopify Crafted store.
Registering the perfect domain name is an extremely important decision. A good domain can help you build a brand that will stick in your customers minds and help define your target market. However, coming up with a great business and domain name can be one of the most challenging aspects of starting a new online business. You can spend days, weeks or even months and the brainpower equivalent to a thousand NASA computers trying to come up with the perfect name that's also available to register.
In this post we'll explain why your domain name is so important, show you some of the best tools for finding the perfect URL, then, we'll introduce you some of the new unique domain extensions that you probably didn’t even realize were available.