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The Best Maps for Shopify? We Have you Covered.

by Josh Sears on March 21st, 2019 under Updates

The Best Maps for Shopify. Period.

Last year we released a fully-featured version of MapifyPro for Shopify, and it has continued to grow in its customer base. Check out our video below for some fun info on the new Shopify mapping app, or see the working demos here.

It’s currently carrying a perfect review score, which we’re extremely proud of. And if you’re wondering, yep, it has every single feature you’ve grown accustomed to in the WordPress version, seamlessly integrated into your Shopify Store. Here’s a rundown of some of the core features you’ll get, and remember that ALL FEATURES are included at a single price. No limitations here:

The Best Store Locator for Shopify

MapifyPro provides every cutting edge feature you’d expect to build the perfect store locator. However, it goes beyond this and can solve the issues faced for any map-based project. The features included make for a stellar experience for both you and your customers, and will drive traffic to your site AND physical locations.

A 100% Responsive Design Looks Great on Any Device

Pinch, zoom, and swipe through locations and galleries in app-like fashion through our mobile-supported maps and location galleries. Every element of MapifyPro is also 100% responsive-site ready.

Extremely Advanced Filter and Search Capabilities

When you add a store locator to Shopify, you want your locations to be found. Our advanced search and filtering features will make it as simple as possible for your customers to find your locations. Provide directions, create custom filters based on any topic, search by radius, and more!

Bulk Upload all Locations to Your Shopify Maps

Our enhanced bulk uploader allows you to maintain a separate .csv of your locations for any map, and when you update the .csv and re-upload, only the locations changed will be affected by the updated file.

Unlimited Maps and Unlimited Locations

We don’t limit you in any way. Unlike other mapping apps for Shopify, we offer one pricing plan with absolutely zero limitations. Focus on your business instead of worrying about traffic, limited locations, or other limitations.

MapifyPro for Shopify includes a 7 day free trial

Try MapifyPro for Shopify Risk free for 7 days. Don’t like it or it’s simply not the right fit? Simply uninstall and you won’t be charged.

And that’s just a small snippet of what’s included. Check out the full overview here.

The Perfect Store Locator for Shopify, and so Much More

Sure, you can build the most powerful store locator available for Shopify, but MapifyPro is perfect for ANY mapping project. Showcase your travels, highlight points of interest for your fitness club, point out the perfect hiking paths… The possibilities are truly limitless.

Give MapifyPro for Shopify a try over here at no risk. We think you’re gonna like it.

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The Best Alternative to Google Maps

by Josh Sears on March 18th, 2019 under Updates

In our previous post, which we admit was FAR too long ago, we discussed how Google is charging everyone for use of Google Maps. They still are of course, and we’ve seen the results from their customers as they scramble to find an alternative for their store locators and other mapping plugins for WordPress, Shopify, etc.

Little did we know back in 2016 when we revamped MapifyPro that it would be a blessing in disguise. Being forced to rebuild or software from scratch with a strict timeline from Google…Well, let’s just say it was bit stressful. Not only are we an extremely small team, but we had poured 10’s of thousands of dollars in building the original MapifyPro. Google came knocking however, and threatened legal action if we didn’t sign up for their paid plan, which would amount to a minimum of $10k a month! Hard pass on that.

What we didn’t know is how great an alternative we would eventually build. MapifyPro, now built upon an open source API, is easily the most powerful alternative to Google Maps, and we’re not afraid to brag about it. Since 2016, we’ve added new features that we couldn’t have implemented using Google Maps, and we continue to uncover new tricks and features that will be rolled out in future releases. We’re also extremely proud to mention that we’ve surpassed the 10,000 customers mark, and customers continue to use and love the new MapifyPro just as much as ever, as indicated by our ever-growing reviews section 🙂

Stay tuned as new updates are coming for MapifyPro, including a couple of the most-requested features yet.

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MapifyPro for Shopify: NOW LIVE!

by Josh Sears on April 02nd, 2018 under Updates

Update: MapifyPro for Shopify is NOW LIVE. Get MapifyPro for Shopify Here.

One of our more frequent questions from customers is “When are you making MapifyPro for Shopify?”. Well, we’ve been in the thick of getting very comfortable with Shopify, and have realized the amazing potential there for its customer base. 1. There aren’t very many mapping solutions available to the platform, and 2. They are very confusing with their pricing and plans with hidden fees and a slew of limitations.

That’s about to change as MapifyPro for Shopify is on its way! We’ve fully translated every single feature of the MapifyPro you know and successfully adapted it to Shopify.

Shopify hosts hundreds of thousands of online shops that are clamoring for a better way to display store locations and other mapping features. We’re beyond excited to bring the power of MapifyPro to the Shopify platform, especially because many of our customers also have sites built on Shopify in addition to WordPress. In short, the MapifyPro family is about to grow in a very big way.

We’re in the final steps and plan to launch within the month (Shopify is currently reviewing our app right now!). In the meantime, you can check out the fully functioning demos, and sign up to get notified when we launch on our MapifyPro for Shopify demo site.

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