5 Google Shopping Extensions for Adobe Commerce (Magento)

Google Shopping Extensions for Adobe Commerce (Magento)

If you’re running a store on Magento (Adibe Commerce) and may have been looking for a viable solution to connect your Magento store to Google Shopping, we got some tips for you. For this blog post, we picked 5 Magento (Adobe Commerce) Google Shopping extensions that can help you streamline your Google Shopping routine.

Product Feed for Magento 2 by Mageplaza

Product Feed for Magento 2 (Adobe Commerce) by Mageplaza

Rating and Cost

👍 User review rating: 4.9 (470 reviews) 

💷 Cost:

  • $179 (Community edition)
  • $379 (Enterprise edition) 

Main Features

✅ 5 feed templates

✅ Customisable feed templates

✅ Rule-based product filter

✅ XML, TXT, CSV, XLS and TSV feed formats

✅ Automatic updates via FTP or SFTP

✅ Feed reports

Magento 2 Product Feed extension is a powerful tool that connects an online store to any shopping channel like Google Shopping, Amazon, eBay, Bing, and Facebook. The extension offers impressive features in terms of feed customisation and feed performance reporting. Plus, there’s extensive user support and a 60-day money-back guarantee. 

Product Feed for Magento 2 (Adobe Commerce) by Amasty

Product Feed for Magento 2 (Adobe Commerce) by Amasty

Rating and Cost

👍 User review rating: 4.9 (18 reviews)

💷 Cost:

  • £185 (Community edition)
  • £459 (Enterprise edition)
  • £735 (Adobe cloud) 

Main Features

✅ Unlimited number of custom feeds

✅ Condition-based attributes

✅ Ready-to-use templates

✅ XML, CSV, or TXT feed formats

✅ Automatic feed generation and updates

✅ Sync with Google Analytics 

This extension also covers such shopping channels as Google Shopping, Amazon, Bing, Nextag, Facebook, and Shopping.com. As highlighted by the extension’s developers, the solution is Hyvä-ready and allows merchants to create an unlimited number of customisable product feeds compliant with each platform’s policies and rules via an auto-complete feature. You can get a refund based on a 30-day money-back policy if you realise that the extension does not suit your needs. 

Also, remember that 

  • there’s no free trial available for this extension
  • support is not included by default—support services can be acquired via a stand-alone support subscription.

Advanced Product Feeds for Magento 2 (Adobe Commerce) by Mirasvit

Advanced Product Feeds for Magento 2 (Adobe Commerce) by Mirasvit

Rating and Cost

👍 User review rating: 5.0 (238 reviews)

💷 Cost:

  • $179 (Community edition)
  • $278 (Enterprise edition) 

Main Features

✅ 50+ feed templates

✅ Customisable feeds

✅ An unlimited number of fields 

✅ Flexible filtering by attributes

✅ Automatically generated feeds and updates

✅ Feed reporting

✅ FTP/FTPS/SFTP delivery

✅ Google Analytics integration

Unlike many extensions out there that can be connected to just a few shopping platforms, Advanced Product Feeds for Magento 2 by Mirasvit can be used for dozens of shopping channels—a great solution for stores and brands with a vast representation across the web.

Also, this extension offers some powerful features, including 

  • category mapping that helps match the categories of a store with the categories of the marketplace
  • dynamic attributes management for creating brand new attributes or altering the existing values
  • dynamic variables that let a store add more flexibility to your Magento product data feed
  • pattern libraries—shortcodes for calling and editing attributes from your Magento database.

Note that updates and support prolongation will cost you an extra $109. If you want to ditch the extension, you can do it free of charge based on the 30-day money-back guarantee.

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Magento 2 (Adobe Commerce) Google Shopping Feed by Webkul

Magento (Adobe Commerce) Adobe Google Shopping Feed by Webkul

Rating and Cost

💷 Cost:

  • $99 (Community edition)
  • $198 (Enterprise/Cloud edition)
  • +19.80 installation
  • +100$ Cron setup 

Main Features

✅ Flexible settings for attribute and category mapping.

✅ Auto updates

✅ 1-click exporting

✅ Support of Simple, Virtual, Bundle Products, Downloadable, and Configurable product types

✅ Grid-view management

The extension can be easily synced with a Google Merchant Center account through Content API. Also, it allows setting up multiple accounts in the Merchant Center and flexible parameters for shipping and tax policies/rules. Support services that exceed 3 months will cost an extra: $39.50 for 6 months and $49.50 for 1 year.

Google Shopping Feed for Adobe Commerce by Magmodules

Google Shopping Feed for Adobe Commerce by Magmodules

Rating and Cost

👍 User rating: 5.0 (23 reviews)

💷 Cost:

  • €‎35 (one-time purchase)
  • +€‎25 for 12-month support
  • +€‎45 for 2-year support
  • +€‎25 for 2-year Composer access
  • +€‎45 for configuration support
  • +€‎50 for Google Merchant Center Setup service

Main Features

✅ Flexible settings for attribute and category mapping

✅ A Turnkey solution, no XML, code or API knowledge required

✅ Multi-store support

✅ Unlimited store views with localised content

✅ Category mapping in compliance with Google policies and rules

A simple yet powerful tool for connecting Magento 2 (Adobe) store to Google Shopping. It has lots of useful features and is fully compatible with configurable and grouped products. Plus, you get 

  • 6-month support
  • 1-year composer access is free-of-charge
  • 15-day money-back guarantee.  

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