Classic App Features
The blog allows you to manage all types of “text” content. The GoodBarber CMS (Content System Management) is the foundation of our “Classic” offer. Articles created on the blog can be separated into multiple paragraphs and you can add videos, photos, and HTML content. But the CMS goes even further as it allows for advanced management of your content structure. Thanks to menus and submenus, content can be organized on multiple levels. Your clients will be impressed by the content management possibilities, the ability to link their articles, and create more engaging content for their users through right the app.
Maps can be based on one location only or can include an unlimited number of points (if you have a more directory-like project). With each one providing information, photos, links, and contact information. Best of all, step-by-step directions from wherever your user is are available for each point—providing this logistical information is the basis of getting them to you.
A great feature for businesses in the tourism industry.
Display and notify your users of events, sales and new releases. Either pull content from a source you already have set up (i.e. Facebook, Google Calendar, Bookafy etc.), or manually input events to your app. There are a lot of options to provide users with, such as a link for directions, buttons to directly buy tickets, sharing possibilities, and your contact information.
Audio & Video
Audio options include podcasts, a SoundCloud integration, CMS files, and live streaming. As far as videos, CMS files are also an option, in addition to live streaming, YouTube, Vimeo, Ooyala, and DailyMotion integrations. Including audio and video aspects in an app is a perfect way to add some interactivity and even deliver content to users that cannot be physically present but don’t want to miss out.
Forms are a multi-purpose tool. They can be used for conducting surveys, gathering contact information for mailing lists, receiving customer support requests, or even as an ordering platform. Form results can then be exported for further use and evaluation. Having a quick and easy channel of communication from user to owner is a crucial element of every successful business operation.
A chat feature allows your users to get to know each other—whether it is for social purposes, or for the purpose of exchanging opinions about your establishment, it is a great way to get people engaged. Users can view each other based on a list template or a map template that displays who is closest to them. For security reasons, a blocking feature is also provided. The chat function can also serve as a customer service tool in which users can chat with the app owner to get answers, place orders, and more. It is also a great tool to build a community around your app.
The simplest way to keep customers returning is to offer them rewards for their recurring business. Start off by choosing and customising a unique card design. Point validation can be completed either through purchase, manual check-in, or social media sharing—a great way to leverage customer power in your marketing strategy. Finally, choose the gift for completing a loyalty card and its expiration.
Spur of the moment rewards (independent of loyalty card completion) can also be sent out to clients in situations such as their first visit, if they have not visited for a certain amount of time, during happy hour, or based on the client’s geographic location.
Beacons & Geofences
Commerce App Features
Your product page is a key feature in your Commerce App, which gathers all the relevant information about each product, sizes, price, colour, photos etc. It is also possible to create product variations if you offer several options of sizes, colours, flavours.
1-Click payment is regarded as the main feature for client conversion in the e-commerce world. Who has ever abandoned an order during checkout because of all the payment info to enter? Its long, fastidious, and kills the spontaneity. With 1-click payment, payment is fast, seamless, intuitive, and secure.
When creating a Commerce App, the available payment gateways are crucial. We offer multiple payment options with Stripe (Visa, MasterCard, Amex), Paypal, and Apple Pay. All of which can be activated on your app.
However, alternatives can be set up in the case that you deal mainly with local clientele. Then offline payments will be made available on the app. With this option, the order is validated but the payment will be processed in-store, or upon delivery.
With the in-store pickup option, retailers will be able to attract more clients to their shops, and take advantage of additional sales opportunities. The app is also great to build customer loyalty. The regular customers will be able to easily purchase their favourite products from their favourite shop via the app, and then pick them up whenever suits them best.
Cart Reminder Popups & Abandoned Order
Over 70% of shopping carts will never be validated by online shoppers! Therefore, it’s essential that you have a way to positively influence this statistic, otherwise, the risk of being disappointed by the number of abandoned orders.
The goal here is to increase conversions. The ‘Cart Pop Up Reminder’ option is in the form of a pop-up, with all the items in the current cart, which opens as soon as the user opens the app. They can either add items or go on to checkout immediately. The ‘Abandoned Order’ function allows you to send a message (email or push notification) directly to the user to remind them that they have items pending in their cart. You can then analyse your stats and see the impact of these actions.
Some products are purchased repeatedly online. In this case, shoppers want to get to the point and not waste time putting together a basket. By offering the “Buy Again ” option, you streamline the purchasing process and thus increase conversion rates. Making shopping as easy as possible is essential in a Shopping app.
App users will be able to add products to their cart without ever having to go to the detailed product pages. This option creates a fluid experience and reduces the number of clicks needed to complete a purchase, again increasing the conversion rate.