Not sure which apps to use for your Shopify store? We have scoured the Internet and found some great apps for Shopify stores of any size. This article will explore the free apps and paid apps you should explore.
Out of the box, Shopify’s themes are limited to customization without coding experience. Apps come in to give you more diversity and power in what your storefront can do for you and your customers.
From review apps that help you convert more sales… To apps that help you completely customize any page on your website without code, we’ve got you covered.
PageFly is a landing page builder. It’s simple to use and has lots of great design options. You can create an unlimited amount of pages you can link up with your social media sites. The best part? Once you install the app, all the changes will be saved on their servers so there is no need to worry.
This is a great email marketing and sales app. It’s very powerful and it integrates directly into your Shopify store. The app helps you collect customer data from anywhere on your site, which means more conversions for you.
This is a must-have tool for sellers to track their overall business profitability. It’s an extremely accurate profit and finances calculator, it tracks your business metrics, and gives better financial reporting charts to help you make smarter decisions to optimize your store and improve profits and sales.
While this isn’t an app, ShopPay allows your customers to pay in installments for their order over 1–2 months, versus all at once. Giving your customers more flexible payment options will help you convert more visitors.
This is a great app for product reviews. It connects to your Shopify store and helps you get more reviews on your products. My favorite feature? It easily lets your customers upload photos and video reviews of your product. Talk about a built-in UGC generator! More than ever, consumers want to see your product being used in the wild. With an app that allows you to source visual reviews, it will not only help build social proof but also improve overall brand quality and your website conversion rate.
Is an all-in-one marketing suite for your Shopify store. We use it with our agency clients for the range of features you get in 1 single app. With tools to help you increase your average order value, watch visitor session replays, sticky carts, currency converter, and more, vitals has you covered!
If you run a subscription-based Shopify store, this app is a must-have! It automates your billing and payment processing for your recurring subscriptions. You can increase conversions by offering customers the option to pay for their subscription using monthly or yearly time periods.
Have you ever wanted to reward your customers for spreading the word about your brand? With Referral Candy, you can. This app allows you to create custom coupon codes that your customer can share with their friends and family. If a friend they refer makes a purchase, both the referrer and the new customer get a coupon code for 10% off!
9. Candy Rack
This is a one-click upsell. While Vitals offers a sticky-cart option on the right side, Candy Rack has a simple to use pop-up that visitors see when they start the checkout process. This one app is a must-have to increase your average order value, and offer customers other item options that would complement their order.
Allows you to communicate with your website customers with interactive video. If you’d like to take your customer experience up a level when they engage with your brand, this app is a must-have! Tolstoy is a video widget that allows customers to engage with you prior to making a purchase.
As you can see, there are many paid and free apps for Shopify stores. I hope that this article has helped you to better navigate through the app store with a little more confidence.
Having said all of that, I want to leave you with some additional resources on the topic if you need any help deciding which ones are best for your business needs or have questions about how they work.
5 Things You Need For Your Shopify Store To Convert Customers — https://youtu.be/DxvlM5r0Ems
Case Study: How We Increased a Shopify Store Conversion Rate From 1.87 To 4.73% In 30 Days → https://khierstyn.clickfunnels.com/shopify-fitness-case-study-page
- Khierstyn, LaunchandScale.co