Spreesy is an ecommerce platform specifically designed for users selling items on social media. The platform integrates with Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Pinterest to help sellers automate their online business operations. We compiled reviews from around the web and determined that Spreesy has generally mixed ratings. We also provided details on Spreesy’s pricing.
Spreesy Customer Reviews
Summary of Spreesy Customer Reviews
What Spreesy does well:
Users who recommend Spreesy said that the program makes selling on Instagram particularly helpful. A lot of users also mentioned that the app is very easy to use.
What Spreesy does not do well:
Users who left negative reviews of Spreesy said that they experienced glitches when integrating the program with their social media pages. Being unable to upload photos through Spreesy was also mentioned a lot.
Most Helpful Positive Review
A user who left a positive review of Spreesy on iTunes said that their small business has thrived since they started using the software. The user said that since most of their business is done online, Spreesy makes it easier for them to take orders without manually checking the comments or messages and individually inputting orders in an Excel sheet.
Most Helpful Negative Review
A user who left a negative review on Google Play said that he finds using Instagram through Spreesy a cumbersome experience as it only posts a certain length of the description and sometimes cuts off the link to purchase. He also said that another issue he’s been encountering is uploading photos. He mentioned that while the app says it accepts JPEG images, it still doesn’t recognize and upload them properly.
Spreesy Reviews From Users Around the Web
Here are a few other resources for finding helpful Spreesy reviews from customers. We rated the review sites on a scale from poor to excellent based on how trustworthy and useful the reviews seemed.
|*Average rating as of date article was written: October 3, 2017|
Spreesy charges a 3% transaction fee on every sale in addition to your payment processing fee. Currently, PayPal is the only payment option for Spreesy Stores. When you combine Spreesy’s fee with PayPal’s 2.9% + 30¢ per transaction fee, the total cost is 5.9% + 30¢ per transaction on every sale.
Spreesy mainly works as a ‘comment buying’ platform. Customers can purchase from a user’s Spreesy-enabled post by commenting their email address. Immediately after, they will receive an email with a secure checkout link where they can complete the purchase.
Spreesy supports four social media sites including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Pinterest. Its third party integrations include Etsy, Google Analytics, Shipstation and Shopify. The app is available in both iOS and Android.
Spreesy automates sales, invoicing, customer checkout, and payments. It has an abandoned cart feature which automatically sends email reminders to potential customers who commented with their email but never completed the purchase.
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