Dash Buttons are shortcuts for Prime members to quickly find and reorder their favorite products from Amazon. With our easy-to-use SDK, you can take advantage of Amazon’s authentication and payment systems, customer service, and fulfillment network to offer your customers easy shopping at their fingertips.
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Amazon’s Virtual Dash Button Service (VDBS) enables connected screened devices to display Amazon’s Virtual Dash Button experience for their customers. Dash Buttons are personalized shortcuts for Amazon Prime members to quickly find and reorder their favorite everyday products. Dash Buttons allow customers to view product details and place 1-click orders on tens of millions of products that ship with Prime. By using VDBS, device makers are able to leverage Amazon’s authentication and payment systems, customer service, and fulfillment network—giving their customers access to Amazon’s low prices, great selection, and reliable delivery, with the tap of a button.
To start your integration with Amazon Virtual Dash Button Service, request information by emailing VDBSemail@example.com to provide us with information about your device and use-case. VDBS will be publically available in the coming months.
Each of these options allows Amazon customers to easily reorder everyday products. Amazon’s Virtual Dash Buttons are optimized for screened devices which can display product information and help customers order their everyday products. DRS is optimized for devices where an item being ordered is associated with the device itself (e.g., a printer that orders ink, or a washing machine that orders detergent); DRS does not require a screen for rendering UI elements. Dash Button devices are physical buttons connected to WiFi that allow customers to order of a product that is linked to the device. When the customer registers a Dash Button device, Amazon automatically creates a virtual Dash Button for the same product.
No. We want to work with device makers of all sizes, from large corporations to start-ups.
Request information by emailing VDBSfirstname.lastname@example.org