Even with all the advantages of Shopify listed above, there are some negative aspects of this platform. The main downside is the lack of access to the site’s source and payment per month, high commissions on each sale, in addition to the lack of editing ready-made templates and the possibility of expansion. A platform like Shopify displays a few templates to choose from. Of course, all these templates are professionally equipped for e-commerce specifically, but their range is very narrow compared to the ambitions of users, especially if it compared to a flexible software such as WordPress and wooCommerce.
Will your store be in Arabic? Unfortunately, Shopify is available to users in the Middle East, but it does not support Arabic as a user interface, and will, therefore, need technical development to localize the store.
Also, if you want any additional feature – not one of the features offered at Shopify – you have to hire a special developer to develop it for your account, unlike the WordPress and wooCommerce that offers a huge number of plugins and add-ons that do almost everything.