PeachPay is a checkout experience for your WooCommerce store. If a customer has used PeachPay before, their checkout experience is as fast as can be. On individual product pages or the cart the customer clicks the PeachPay button to generate a unique QR code. After scanning the QR code with our mobile app, it’s just one tap for the customer to place their order.
With this seamless checkout, your store will see increased revenue and happier customers.
Learn more at https://peachpay.app
Do I need to do anything other than install the plugin?
To activate the plugin and receive payments, you’ll have to get in touch with us so that we can set you up with a Stripe account (or connect your existing Stripe account) and provide you with an activation key.
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Is there a demo to see how it works?
You can try out PeachPay on our demo store: https://woo.peachpay.app
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“PeachPay for WooCommerce” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.
- [New] Choose from seven button colors to better match your site
- [New] Welcome message from the CEO!
- [New] If an item with variations is out of stock, the PeachPay button is disabled
- [New] After you add an activation key, the welcome banner will hide automatically
- [Changed] We moved the PeachPay button slightly for a smoother checkout flow on product pages
- [Added] Welcome message with a link to Stripe onboarding
- [Added] Settings link on the WordPress plugins page
- [Changed] Local development improvements
- [Added] A way to help us follow up with initial users
- [Added] Support for pickup shipping where you can enter the store’s hours in the PeachPay plugin settings, and the customers can select from available pickup times during checkout on their phone
- [Changed] The PeachPay button on mobile browsers has switched to a different link format to support iOS universal links
- [Fixed] Bug related to support for internal preview stores
- [Added] Support for a few internal preview stores
- [Added] Margin under the button to keep it from touching other elements
- [Fixed] Button disappearing when cart page is updated
- [Fixed] QR code being placed outside of button in certain themes
- [Fixed] Button font CSS which wasn’t specific enough
- [Fixed] Broken paths to images
- [Fixed] Shipping and tax REST endpoints which didn’t work because WC 4.3 removed cart classes from REST
- Initial release on WordPress.org