Imagine you are browsing around the internet for your favorite ebook. Once you
find it you are so excited to click the link and purchase, but the checkout page
is asking for your physical address and color of eyes. Why does the merchant
need to know this information to download an ebook? Donâ€™t drive away your
customers by asking for information that isnâ€™t needed.WooCommerce Checkout
for Digital Goods allows you to skip the unnecessary fields so you can close the
deal faster. After all, youâ€™re selling downloadable digital products and
customers expect to get the product as quickly as possible. This plugin does not
require any kind of configuration to streamline your checkout page â€“ just
install and activate! All of this for only $6.
No Setup Required!
Receive Payment Faster
Gain Happier CustomersNEW FEATURE: It will now
only hide the address and phone information if the shopping cart does NOT
contain a physical product. Watch the video above to see this in
â€œCheap, No Setup and most importantly IT WORKS! Excellent product.â€
ErikManger â€œSimple and
useful! Thanks. 5 stars.â€ 94themes
â€œJust installed it, and didnâ€™t notice any problems at all. Works perfect when
selling digital goods. Also, no problems using Paypal checkout. And all that for
just 5$! Perfect, thank you so much!â€kjhatzi
â€œJust want to say, that the developer was extremely helpful to me and gave great
technical support. I got a helpful and quick response! Very grateful!â€
â€œYAY!! Thanks, Iâ€™ll check it out. Awesome.â€ Please let me know if
you have any questions or suggestions!
# v1.3 (Nov 30, 2013)
– Bug fixed: physical products using variable pricing weren’t working correctly, and the address information was being hidden. This is now fixed.
# v1.2 (Oct 2, 2013)
– only removes address if the cart doesn’t contain a physical product (see video above)
– reverted v1.1 back as many sellers will need it for physical products. If you wish to hide these fields from the account page as well, contact me and I can help you with that.
# v1.1 (Sep 20, 2013)
– remove the same fields from the account edit and view page
# v1 – (Sep 18, 2013)
– initial release