Kyte is a sales, management and customer engagement platform designed for small retailers. With our app you can: 💰 sell in-store, online and on the go; 🧾 print or send receipts by WhatsApp; 📦 control your inventory; 🙂 manage your customers; 🌎 and get a free website with all your products.
Kyte has two plans: 🆓 one is free forever, 💰 and the other is paid.
No, you can add as many as needed, including in the FREE version. However, in order to keep your phone performance at an optimal level, we advice that you do not add over 1500 products to inventory.
Yes, you can access your account from other devices. You can also create multiple accounts with custom permissions for your staff.
Yes, you can use Kyte with or without Internet. But some features such as inventory update, backup, and analytics are only available when you're online.
Yes, don't let the default dollar sign fool you. You can select your desired currency by going to the Settings menu. Here's a tutorial showing you how.
You can go PRO from within the app itself.
No, all you need is a valid email address. A credit card will only be required in case you decide to go PRO.
No. You only pay a flat monthly fee. There won't be any extra charges on the number of sales, products or customers you have.
Billing happens either monthly or annually, depending on your plan. Credit cards are the only form of payment we can accept. There are no contracts and you can cancel at any time.
No, not yet. But we are working on it.
Yes, all you have to do is tap the Help button on the main menu. You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Let's learn how to make your first of many sales with Kyte. This tutorial will also teach you how to link a customer to your sale, add a discount and select different payment methods.
Customers asking to split a bill is an extremely common scenario for businesses. Learn how to split a payment between multiple forms of tender.
Learn how to sell products in fraction. If you have a bakery, market, meat shop, hardware store or any other type of business that require you to sell products by the kilo, pounds, meters, inches, etc., this tutorial is for you.
Learn how to print receipts after a sale using a bluetooth thermal printer.
There are many ways to send digital receipts to customers. You can send them by WhatsApp, email, text message or social media. This tutorial will show you how to do just that.
Accepting credit or debit cards using SumUp's card reader is fast and easy. This tutorial will show you how to charge customer's card directly from Kyte.
Learn how to use the "Quick Sale" tool to sell products that haven't been added to inventory. This feature can help you during those busy days when you need to sell something, but haven't had the change to add it to inventory just yet.
See how to void a transaction on Kyte.
See how many sales you've made, the amount sold and details on who bought what and when. You'll be able to select a period of time and get an overview of your transactions.
There's no need to tap an item multiple times to add different quantities to cart. Kyte has a feature that assists you with adding large quantities in seconds.
Learn how to take orders with Kyte and set an order status.
Learn how to add products to inventory to be sold in fractions. This feature is excellent for small businesses such as supermarkets, bakeries, ice cream parlous and hardware stores because it allows you to sell products in any unit of measurement.
Product information are always changing. This tutorial can will teach you how to easily change the price, picture or any other information about the product. You'll also learn how to delete a product.
We know that things change, which is why this tutorial will show you how to edit or delete a product category.
Learn how to add a new product to inventory. This feature allows you to enter product information such as price, cost, category, quantities in stock and picture. You may also add a description that can be used when selling this product online.
Learn how to create different categories to organize your products better.
Boost sales by sending customers a link of your online product catalog.
This tutorial will walk you through the basics of Kyte's inventory management system.
No need to wonder when, who and how the stock of an item was changed. This tutorial will show you how to access details on the stock movement of each item.
Learn how to add or update customer information so that you can change their name, phone number, address or anything else you need. We'll also teach you how to delete a customer account.
Learn how to add new customers accounts to Kyte so that you can track their purchases, send product information and receipts by e-mail, text message or WhatsApp. You can also get a delivery route or add notes to their account.
Understanding your customer's shopping behavior is important for the success of your business. This tutorial will show you how to access their transaction history so that you can see what was bought and when.
Learn how to import customers from the contact list on your phone.
Learn how to view your profit reports and gain deepen
How do your customers like to pay? This tutorial will show you how to access a payment methods report and give you the answer to this question.
Do you know which products are selling the most? This tutorial will show you how to access a list of your hottest products.
Your revenue is the money your business made from its normal activities, usually from the sale of goods and services to customers. This tutorial will show you how to access this important piece of business information.
Understanding how your business is doing is vital for your success. This tutorial will show you how to access sales, revenue, profits and more.
Kyte automatically backs up your data whenever you're online. This way, your data is store in the cloud and is accessible at all times on any device.
In order for Kyte to work properly we ask permission to use your camera, access your storage and location. This permission requests usually pop up when you first install the app, but sometimes you need to set them manually and this tutorial will teach you how to do just that.
Customize receipts with information about your business. This tutorial will show you how to add name, address, hours of operation and a footer message.
Kyte will show the dollar sign by default, but you can easily change that. This tutorial will show you how to change the currency symbol.
Sometimes deals fall through. This tutorial will show you how to hide canceled or voided sales so that they are not shown in your transaction history.
Kyte offers direct integration with SumUp card readers so that you can accept credit and debit cards and have these transactions logged onto your Kyte account. This tutorial will show you how to pair your SumUp card reader to Kyte.
Kyte works with most bluetooth thermal printers currently available in the market. This tutorial will show you how to pair your printer to your device and connect it to Kyte.
Stay in sync with your whole team by bringing your staff members to Kyte. This tutorial will show you how to add new users and invite team members.
Sometimes we need to start afresh. This tutorial will show you how to delete all your data from Kyte including sales, products and customers.
Learn how to access your business information for other devices. This tutorial will show you how to access your data from a different account.
We know that not every country uses the decimal points for their currency, which is why this tutorial will show you just how to remove it.
Gain access to features such as inventory management, multi users and more by subscribing to our PRO plan.
The files you export from Kyte come in CSV format, but they can be easily converted into spreadsheets. This tutorial will show you how to do that.
The online catalog works as a web page of your products. Your customers will be able to place the order through the catalog, but payment and shipping / pickup need to be arranged directly with your customers.
When an app is installed or updated, some bugs might show app. This is how you can fix some of them.