Tapcart ‑ Mobile App Builder , 406 reviews
Support is very poor. They don't care if you grow and if you have everything working fine. Using tapcart only makes sense if you have more than 120000 monthly site visits and a team dedicated to the app. The customization is very limited, so keep in mind that your app will look like all the other tapcart apps. FB tokens have to be continually updated by yourself so you keep this in mind. Too expensive for the value it brings. My online store is actually better than my app. I wish I had given it some thought before jumping on this app provider, there are better solutions.
We apologize that our service did not satisfy your expectations. We set a high standard for our ourselves and are truly sorry to hear that standard was not met when interacting with our support team.
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I really like the app's concept and the design of the app. It's clean and easy to use from my end. They did a great job with designing it and getting it on the app stores. However, there is a serious lag when you update products or quantities (from sold out to in stock). There's no way to refresh the app (no long swipe down) so you have to force close and reopen which sometimes fixes the problem. If you go into the view collection area of the app and play with the sorting feature it will sometimes provide an accurate view of the site in certain sort (best selling, a-z, etc) selections but not in others. I've gone round and round with Tapcart about this and they always blame shopify cache/api. If you are a shop that doesn't sell out or change product collections frequently, tapcart will be just fine. It's not a good look for my company as it's already annoying customers and we aren't even selling as quickly as we usually do. I'm going to hang on to it for awhile and let tapcart try and fix the issue- I'll update accordingly.
So far it has taken most of the free trial to get set up in the apple app store. Just got notified that something is wrong with my D&B number and to call them and in about 2 days I should have it resolved. There went the rest of the free trial
A 7 day trial with a 2/4 days set up time (between the duns number etc..) is not enough to assess the viability of this product.
That said the product is really well done with great integrations and is a great way to test if having an app would benefit our business. I'd also recommend lowering the price of the subscription and adding % of sales so we can grow together as your product is adding value.
They once had a fast feedback and great understanding on their issues, however the quality and speed of customer service is now subpar.
I was charged for a month, but I cannot install the application. The response from support: "You must have a paid subscription."
how can i get this app in android