Increase your sales with your eCommerce app

  • Categorize and group your products.
  • Sign up and Login.
  • Personal profile.
  • Shopping cart.
  • Order list.
  • Search by product properties.
  • Product details.
  • Push notifications.
  • Rate products.
eCommerce App

App Features & Capabilities

Moderate your menu and pages

Multifunctional Menu with 4 Types of Header and 3 Footer Options. Choose what is suitable for you and moderate your Pages.

Upload Products / Images

This button is for your customers / users to Attach some important Documents / Files / Images. From this element you can discover the customers needs and preferences for your business.

Events / Discounts

The element Events describe the Upcoming Events for the users. You can write and manage the events from Event Management.

Social media

Post all your Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube links. Allow users to follow your business through Social Media.

Text Boxes

Text area is the same thing with text input but with bigger Empty Box for saving data. Let your customers write the answer to your question with their own words.


The rating range is from 1 to 5. One Star is if they like it a little, Five Stars is if they definitely like it the most.

Link to Payment

We can integrate PayPal and Stripe payment to customer accounts.

Custom Integrations

We offer dashboard integration with your own iPhone app, if you have the technology to do so. You can use our dashboard with your app, if we integrate our systems with yours. There are two ways to create a custom integration with your app - with a pull or push system.

Slack Intergration
Shopify Intergration
Slack Intergration

In a pull system your app makes a request to get the content of the page, towards the /page endpoint in our API. The API responds with a JSON object, containing the elements array, which describe the various elements.

In a push system, every change you make on our dashboard will trigger the firebase API to send notifications to your system. The push notifications would work the same way as the the pull system, but in a push system, every change of a page or the app settings can trigger a function that will send an HTTP request to your backend.