The 5 Best Webflow E-Commerce Apps, Plugins, & Extensions

Ian Ruta
Supersparks
Comparison
April 27, 2023

Webflow remains the best tool for those who want to create an e-commerce site with a unique, custom design. But using Webflow means making a big trade-off on many e-commerce operations features that platforms like Shopify offer right out of the box. That's where third-party apps come in.

In this post, we'll highlight some of the best apps specifically made for Webflow E-commerce, all of which help you add additional functionality to your site.

⚠️ Please note, this list is not ranked in any particular order. ⚠️

1. Supersparks

Supersparks is a library of Webflow apps that that enable new e-commerce functionality and increase conversion, such as product & CMS page reviews. Unlike other reviews apps on the market, Supersparks allows you to customize the reviews form and reviews section to match the look and feel of your site's design in the Webflow Designer. This means you can make the reviews section an integral part of your site's design, instead of just adding a generic reviews widget that looks out of place. Other apps in the Supersparks library that can improve your website's experience are:

  • CMS Audio Player - For audio file marketplaces, allow users to preview the audio before purchasing the digital file
  • Comment section - Engage with prospective buyers on the product page & answer questions about the product

2. Flowphantom

Flowphantom is an app designed to increase your average order value (AOV) by upselling and cross-selling at checkout. The app displays personalized offers to customers based on their current cart contents and past purchase history. Like Supersparks, Flowphantom integrates with the Webflow designer, allowing you to create upselling popups that match the design of your site. Flowphantom also has a dashboard where you can customize specific settings, such when to show the offer and how many items to display.

3. Monto

Monto is a suite of e-commerce apps for Webflow that are mostly focused on increasing shop conversion, such as Reviews, Affiliates, and Abandoned Cart Recovery. One standout feature of Monto Reviews is its ability to generate rich snippets to increase the SEO and click-through rates of your products by displaying reviews data search results.

They also offer multiple apps that enable ops functionality that Webflow does not have, such as Currency Conversion & Subscriptions. Additionally, Monto is now offering a beta version of an e-commerce CRM that provides a better way to track customer information, carts, orders, reviews, and lifetime value than Webflow's native ops dashboard.

4. Astroic

Astroic helps streamline cumbersome admin and ops for e-commerce businesses, like invoice generation and bulk product updates, that Webflow E-commerce users now need to do manually. Their app is especially valuable for European vendors, as it's EU law to send customers an invoice with any online order. Astroic not only simplifies order fulfillment with custom invoice generation, but also streamlines inventory management by allowing bulk modifications of product attributes. This efficient solution empowers businesses to focus on growth while ensuring a seamless e-commerce experience for merchants and customers alike."

Conclusion

While Webflow's e-commerce product may not have all the bells and whistles of some of the bigger players in the market, it's still the go-to tool for those who want to create a custom, unique e-commerce site. Or it's a convenient option if you want to add an e-commerce layer to an existing Webflow site.

The apps we've highlighted in this post help to fill in some of the gaps, providing additional functionality and features that make it easier to create a successful e-commerce business. Whether you're looking to increase conversion or AOV, sell to new markets, or track customer data, there's a growing number apps that can help you do it on Webflow.

The 5 Best Webflow E-Commerce Apps, Plugins, & Extensions

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The 5 Best Webflow E-Commerce Apps, Plugins, & Extensions

Webflow remains the best tool for those who want to create an e-commerce site with a unique, custom design. But using Webflow means making a big trade-off on many e-commerce operations features that platforms like Shopify offer right out of the box. That's where third-party apps come in.

In this post, we'll highlight some of the best apps specifically made for Webflow E-commerce, all of which help you add additional functionality to your site.

⚠️ Please note, this list is not ranked in any particular order. ⚠️

1. Supersparks

Supersparks is a library of Webflow apps that that enable new e-commerce functionality and increase conversion, such as product & CMS page reviews. Unlike other reviews apps on the market, Supersparks allows you to customize the reviews form and reviews section to match the look and feel of your site's design in the Webflow Designer. This means you can make the reviews section an integral part of your site's design, instead of just adding a generic reviews widget that looks out of place. Other apps in the Supersparks library that can improve your website's experience are:

  • CMS Audio Player - For audio file marketplaces, allow users to preview the audio before purchasing the digital file
  • Comment section - Engage with prospective buyers on the product page & answer questions about the product

2. Flowphantom

Flowphantom is an app designed to increase your average order value (AOV) by upselling and cross-selling at checkout. The app displays personalized offers to customers based on their current cart contents and past purchase history. Like Supersparks, Flowphantom integrates with the Webflow designer, allowing you to create upselling popups that match the design of your site. Flowphantom also has a dashboard where you can customize specific settings, such when to show the offer and how many items to display.

3. Monto

Monto is a suite of e-commerce apps for Webflow that are mostly focused on increasing shop conversion, such as Reviews, Affiliates, and Abandoned Cart Recovery. One standout feature of Monto Reviews is its ability to generate rich snippets to increase the SEO and click-through rates of your products by displaying reviews data search results.

They also offer multiple apps that enable ops functionality that Webflow does not have, such as Currency Conversion & Subscriptions. Additionally, Monto is now offering a beta version of an e-commerce CRM that provides a better way to track customer information, carts, orders, reviews, and lifetime value than Webflow's native ops dashboard.

4. Astroic

Astroic helps streamline cumbersome admin and ops for e-commerce businesses, like invoice generation and bulk product updates, that Webflow E-commerce users now need to do manually. Their app is especially valuable for European vendors, as it's EU law to send customers an invoice with any online order. Astroic not only simplifies order fulfillment with custom invoice generation, but also streamlines inventory management by allowing bulk modifications of product attributes. This efficient solution empowers businesses to focus on growth while ensuring a seamless e-commerce experience for merchants and customers alike."

Conclusion

While Webflow's e-commerce product may not have all the bells and whistles of some of the bigger players in the market, it's still the go-to tool for those who want to create a custom, unique e-commerce site. Or it's a convenient option if you want to add an e-commerce layer to an existing Webflow site.

The apps we've highlighted in this post help to fill in some of the gaps, providing additional functionality and features that make it easier to create a successful e-commerce business. Whether you're looking to increase conversion or AOV, sell to new markets, or track customer data, there's a growing number apps that can help you do it on Webflow.

About the author
Ian Ruta

Ian is the founder of Supersparks. He has used no-code to build his own side projects, MVPs for startups, and internal tools for SMEs. He is passionate about inspiring no-coders to do the unthinkable and start their own tech ventures.