Get The WooCommerce Mobile App

January 31, 2019

Are you currently running or looking at running a ecommerce store powered by WooCommerce?

The team at WooCommerce have just released some very exciting news. Sometimes the best time to check your store isn’t the best time to be at your computer – on a train, in a corridor between meetings, on a beach. Enter the new WooCommerce Mobile App to make store management easier!

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Manage WooCommerce, Wherever You Are

However, whenever, and wherever you manage your store, the new WooCommerce Mobile App puts WooCommerce in your pocket for at-a-glance metrics, notifications, and more.

The first app we released was iOS-only, but we’re pleased to have released the new and improved version for both iOS and Android.

Key Features

  • Track your store: See which products are performing best and check your overall revenue, and view order and visitor data by day, week, month, or year.
  • Manage orders: Scroll, filter, or look up specific orders. Tap to view order information — including product(s), value, customer data, shipping details, and notes — and do basic order fulfillment.
  • Real-time order alerts: Get notifications about store activity, including new orders and product reviews. There’s even an optional cha-ching sound!
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See at a glance which products are performing best.
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Scroll through, filter, or look up specific orders.
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Get notifications about store activity.

How to Get The App and Connect Your Store

The WooCommerce Mobile App is free and available today in the iOS App Store and Google Play. There is detailed documentation for iOS and Android to guide you.

Like the WooCommerce plugin, our app is open-source and the code is available on GitHub – iOS and Android – should you wish to explore it further.

If you have an idea or suggestion for the mobile app, we’d love to hear it: search the public ideas board and sign in to upvote or add new requests.


Why do I need Jetpack?

The Jetpack plugin connects your self-hosted site to a account and provides a common authentication interface across lots of server configurations and architectures.

Both Apple and Google only allow a single trusted sender for pushes for security reasons (read more), making Jetpack the best way for us to give you modern mobile app features like push notifications.

As part of the required connection to, Jetpack caches* data locally on the servers. If you’d like to know exactly what data Jetpack syncs, here is the full breakdown.

Try the WooCommerce Mobile App Today

We hope you’ll try — and love — the new app! Let us know in the comments about your experience.

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