Overall rating
Counts per rating level
  • 83% of ratings are 5 stars
  • 10% of ratings are 4 stars
  • 4% of ratings are 3 stars
  • 1% of ratings are 2 stars
  • 3% of ratings are 1 stars
What merchants think

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Merchants find this app beneficial for its variety of ad campaign targeting options and useful performance analytics. They value the real-time tracking, customizable dashboards, and personalized recommendations based on industry best practices. Many have seen an increase in their store's visibility, traffic, and sales. The app also provides an opportunity to earn revenue by showcasing ads from other stores. Merchants appreciate the responsive support team and the availability of a free plan.

Edited July 15, 2023

The traffic and conversions were nothing and the cost is just too much. This didn't work for me, i hope it works for you.

Acworth Alchemist
United States
21 days using the app
May 16, 2023

We are going to change our review and give it two stars...


We don't know if the ads are actually reaching people and getting views.


We pay 60$ USD for 70,000 Impressions.

We get 24,000 Impressions [Not Bad]
We get 102 Clicks [Or serious interest] Pretty good.

However, no sales.

Even if 10% had bought with genuine interest, we'd have 10 sales.

That would be worth the 60$ USD.

But is it real people viewing our store? We don't know.

A pro-rated refund would be nice if possible.

Otherwise, we are out.

About 2 months using the app
Adeagle replied May 16, 2023

Thank you for your review. Our app is focused on bringing targeted traffic to your store. So, we bring traffic based on the categories and user interest that you choose. All our traffic comes from the ads displayed on the following placements:

- product ads in partner stores,
- ads of your products on the algorithmically chosen and proven websites like particular blogs, thematic portals, expert webpages or thematic Internet forums,
- ads inside of mobile apps consumers use for shopping, research or fun.

We try to be as transparent as possible, so you can also check where the traffic comes from in the Traffic Sources section of the app. All our clicks receive utm_source=adeagle, so that's how you can filter this traffic in your Shopify Dashboard or Google Analytics to see what traffic came from our app.

There are many factors that are involved for a user to convert. Also the types of products that you sell, price, the design of the listing, the design and speed of your webpage etc. But definitely Adeagle can help you acquire relevant and targeted traffic to your store that you can later try to convert for your customers.

Regarding the prorated refund - yes, we can make it. Please, reach out to our support and we can process it there. Hope this clarifies and please let me know if you have any more questions.

July 2, 2020

I deleted the app after trying to set it up with Twitter, which I did not for privacy reasons. In order to use the Twitter post feature, you need to let the app have complete control of your account and have unnecessary permissions like follow/unfollow/mute others, edit your profile and settings and more. Totally unacceptable. It looks like a spyware.

16 minutes using the app
Adeagle replied July 3, 2020

Thank you for your review. We are aware how this level of permissions might look like for a simple app like ours, but this is how Twitter has constructed their API permissions: https://developer.twitter.com/en/docs/basics/apps/guides/app-permissions

There are only 3 levels of permissions. And if the app wants to be able to post Tweets on user behalf, then it comes with all the other permissions. No way around it. We would like to only have app permission to publish Tweets, as we don't use any of the other permissions in this scope. However, this is not how Twitter has designed this.

Please consider updating your review, as this is completely out of our control. Many thanks!