Tapcart, an app that aims to compliment Shopify but on mobile devices, has just raised $50 million in a Series B funding round led by Left Lane Capital. The start-up calls itself the “Shopify for mobile apps” and already features notable brands such as Fashion Nova, Pier One Imports and Pasta. It’s been a great year for mobile commerce not least because the pandemic has driven more people to shop online, and even Shopify has taken note and is a participating investor in Tapcart. So what makes Tapcart stand out? Well, it’s not just another platform that brands and retailers use to add their products to. Instead they use the app’s drag-and-drop tool to create their own mobile app for their existing Shopfiy store. The
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