The mobile app gives creators and merchants tools to sell products in real time in the palm of their hand.
Stage TEN, a live commerce platform changing the way the world produces and consumes live video online announces its official app launch. As the pioneers in the shoppable livestream space, Stage TEN has powered live e-commerce shows for world-renowned brands and celebrities like Tommy Hilfiger, Target, Netflix, TikTok, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, Justin Bieber, and Cardi B.
With more than 20% of e-commerce predicted to be on livestreams by the mid 2020s, according to McKinsey Digital, Stage TEN is adding an easy-to-use mobile app to its robust suite of interactive creator tools. Stage TEN will debut their Mobile Studio app at VidCon in Anaheim, California. Beginning June 23, Stage TEN will unveil their interactive mobile app that helps creators and merchants create conversations with their audience and sell their products live, straight from their phone from anywhere. Integrated directly with Shopify, users can stream to their storefronts in real time and multi stream on social networks like YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and Twitch while they are live in the app.
“The Stage TEN Mobile Studio brings all the polish and fun of live interactive creation to an app that anyone can use. It’s like having a live commerce production team in the palm of your hand,” says CEO Dave Lazar. “This absolutely lights up the live creator economy and makes it easy for creators and merchants to pick up their phone and start doing conversational commerce at a moment's notice.” The app is available on the iOS store and Play store.
Before going live, users can promote their streams on social networks and add branded elements like text and image overlays. Users can also play pre-recorded video clips as part of the live stream. Stream analytics are available mere seconds after the live broadcast, allowing users to increase their revenue by understanding how audiences are engaging and transacting with the stream.
The app boasts unprecedented community engagement features, as potential customers can chat with streamers in real time. Going beyond the typical social comments, the audience can be rewarded for their purchases with on screen shoutouts and interact directly with the seller live.