Swatches by Webyze

Add stylish color/image Swatches to your product options.

$7/month. 7-day free trial.

App highlights

  • Seamless workflow: use directly in Shopify admin

  • Up-to-date tech: works with the latest themes

  • Speed tested: low impact to your online store

Reviews

4.5 of 5 stars

The overall rating reflects the current state of the app. It accounts for all app reviews but prioritizes the most recent ones.

Counts per rating level
  • 84% of ratings are 5 stars
  • 2% of ratings are 4 stars
  • 2% of ratings are 3 stars
  • 0% of ratings are 2 stars
  • 13% of ratings are 1 stars

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3 reviews

Cedar Moss

Location United States
Time spent using app 9 months

This app has a very easy initial installation process. It took about a week to get implemented because of some back and forth with fixing some code issues but the developer was very responsive and helpful. I wish the load times on the swatches were a little faster. You see a quick flash of the text before the swatches load on each page, but it's not terrible.

Todz Clothing

Location United Kingdom
Time spent using app 7 months

The app did not work at first, contacted the developer and after a day the app was working great. Looks good on my store and makes it look more professional. Giving it 4 stars because it's a dormant app that is not really worth $7 a month in my humble opinion

Aka Style Co

Location United States
Time spent using app About 2 months

Works as described but there is definitely room for improvement. I'm setting my shop up and we have a handful of different tshirt brands/styles. The color "light pink" can vary a lot from brand to brand, but they're all called 'light pink' by the brand and my fulfillment company. It would be GREAT if there was a way to differentiate. IE the name of the color is 'light pink' but there's a way to pick WHICH 'light pink' swatch gets attached.

Right now I have some colors written like "Bella Purple" and "Purple." and I just have to look back at my notes and remember the "." indicates American Apparel colors.

Also, and this is a biggie, I REALLY wish I could use hex codes instead of RGB. You can easily copy/paste a hex code. Much faster.