ST. GEORGE, Utah, April 29, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The Shopping Cart app released by MyAppBuilder.com offers turnkey solutions to easily create a cross-platform shopping cart. The Shopping Cart App can be customized using Mobile app source code and API (Application Service Interface).
The Shopping Cart has several unique qualities that each subscriber can modify to his or her needs. The template-based app allows developers to customize the user interface. The app has cross-platform abilities allowing users to implement a shopping cart for iOS, Android and HTML5 (Browser Based App). Developers can also download the open source app code, which enables a developer to customize the app. API allows developers to leverage the platforms service into his or her own applications. Possible uses for the application are endless.
"We have made the shopping cart very easy to use and the shop owner can have a cross-platform app ready in minutes," Roger Lichfield, CEO of MyAppBuilder.com, said in a statement. "Our goal with The Shopping Cart app is to make mobile commerce as easy as stocking products on a shelf."
MyAppBuilder cloud is a "Backend as a Service" so developers do not need to redevelop their own backend for each of the services that their apps need to access, saving both time and money. The Shopping Cart is organized into categories and products with the ability to add custom product details. Products and configurations are stored on the cloud. Therefore, any changes done to a product or category are automatically synced with other platforms.
The Shopping Cart app includes several features right out of the box, including: Cross Platform (iOS App, Android App, Web App) No-SSL certs to configure, products divided into categories, Credit Card Processing via Stripe.com, Create Custom Fields, Product Upsell, Multiple Shipping Options and Customer Interaction. A very unique feature is the ability to add product upsells. Under the product shopkeepers can add new custom fields and options. When a shopkeeper adds a custom field, he or she can incorporate product pricing directly by adding a "$" (dollar sign) next to the option. When selected, it adds that option to the product total. For example, if you are selling shirts and want to charge $2 for extra large (e.g. Shirt Sizes: S, M, L, XL $2) two dollars is automatically added to "xl" shirt size. MyAppBuilder offers the Apps on Android App Store and Apple App Store. App Source code is available on the MyAppBuilder.com website.