This year at Shopify Unite, we announced that our Billing API is now available in GraphQL. Learn the basics of this new API and how it will help you unlock opportunities to build apps end-to-end in GraphQL.
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The Shopify Billing API is used by app developers to charge merchants for their app. In this post, we’ll go over app subscription cycles and how you, as an app developer, get paid.
Pricing is one of the most important factors merchants look at when deciding whether to install an app. If they don't understand the pricing model being used, they may be confused or frustrated by the charges. It's therefore key that you choose the right pricing model that makes sense to both merchants, and your bottom line.
In this article, we'll look at:
- The different pricing models you can use for your app
- How to structure your app pricing in a way that makes sense
- Real life examples of the impact pricing models can have on your app's success
The Shopify Apps Team recently made the use of our Billing API mandatory for all apps – a move we know will only improve both the merchant and developer experience.
In this article, we’ll outline the benefits of using the Billing API, including the promotional campaigns your app becomes eligible for.
To ensure users don’t delete your app after the first use, you should teach them how to complete key tasks, making them want to come back for more. In other words, you need to successfully onboard and engage users during those first interactions. Nick Babich explains the do’s and don’ts of designing an onboarding flow for your mobile app.
In this article you will learn:
- What type of app needs an onboarding strategy.
- About visual hints, empty states, and other popular onboarding techniques.
- What to avoid when thinking about onboarding.