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The Wix is a free Android app that is part of the Productivity Applications and More Productivity Applications sub-categories. As App 2017 was added to our range of softwares and applications, it received 1 full update and last weeks it received 0 full update, its latest release is 0.444.4 and it was upgraded on 01.02.20117.
The app is available for Android 4.3 and higher OS customers and is available in English only.
Download Wix 1.11915.78 APK for Android
With the Wix App you can now simply administer your company on the go. Get real-time up-dates, administer your on-line shop, begin a talk with your guests & more, all from your cell phone. Simply click here to get the Wix App to help you organize and reserve your dates. Administer your on-line Shop everywhere and at any times.
Keep up with orders, adding new items, receiving immediate alerts about each purchase and knowing when you're all out. Keep an eye on your timetable, administer your employees' timetable, create new events, administer attendees and receive immediate alerts anywhere, at any time. Follow a RSVP and book your guest into your meeting. Keep an overview of all your bookings and see your availabilities at a single look.
Simply download your pictures from your mobile device or take pictures in the app that you can use on your website, shop or blogs. Gain early exposure to the great things that will come in the next release of the Wix App for Android.
anroid - WIX Store - Get a listing of the items from your application programming interface that you can view in the app.
There is a way to free a library by building an interface with the wix-http features, but it seems that it is restricted to sharing customized libraries - not the Wix natives libraries (Stores/Collections or Stores/Products). "EARLTER: EARLTER: EARLTER: EARLTER: EARLTER: EARLTER: EARLTER: EARLTER: EARLTER: This will unfortunately lead to an bug in the natives such as " Products" "Errors" "Name" : "Errors", "Error Group" : "Users", "Code" :
"If you then under " Database " created a user-defined Wix code library, exported the Store Products/Products to a CSV - and then imported the CSV into the user-defined library (and eventually publish/synchronize the user-defined library), you can bypass the seeming restriction to disclose the natively created catalogue through a user-defined interface.
It' not perfect - but it could work if your catalogue doesn't change a lot.