Reasons To Upgrade Prestashop From 1.5 to 1.6

Prestashop shopping cart is trying to hold up the status on the top position of eCommerce market. In the newest versions, Prestashop developers focus on deep improvement to attract and satisfy.  Prestashop 1.6 has proved it by providing a generous features and enhancement. So, what does Prestashop 1.6 offer and how to upgrade Prestashop from 1.5 to 1.6?

New advantages of Prestashop 1.6

  • Supports over 165,000 stores
  • Available in 63 languages
  • Community has more than 600 members
  • Downloads 3,500 per day

Promotional banners

Now you have possibility to highlight important events that attract customers attention.

Integrated technologies

Four popular frameworks were plugged in: Bootstrap 3.0, Sass Compass, FontAwsome, D3 Data Driven Documents.

New default theme

Beautiful and responsible template is available for e-merchants as default. Access the store from mobile or tablet easily.

Quick view

Customers can watch products on a new layer with description and enlarge image.

KPI and Net Margin

Check a set of statistics in a real time to perform a control of store profitability and popularity.

Enhanced dashboard

Insights, statistics, useful links and other data are available for e-merchants in a convenient form.

How to upgrade Prestashop from 1.5 to 1.6?

There are many methods to migrate Prestashop to Prestashop, however, not all of those are safe and secured. Therefore, LitExtension has released an ultimate migration tool which is really safe and secured, supports to migrate Products, Categories, Orders, Customers, Reviews, Password and other data from Prestashop to Prestashop.

Why should you choose LitExtension?

LitExtension is known as an expert in providing shopping cart migration tool. Here are the reasons you should choose LitExtension:

  • Super Easy Setup
  • No Programing Skills Needed
  • Secured
  • Automated
  • Support Latest Prestashop Version

If you want to import Prestashop to Prestashop, click on this and follow the instruction:

Risks – Marketing at LitExtension