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By July 17, 2021Sneaker Bots, Overviews

MercuryAIO claims to be the most advanced and easy to use cross-platform ecommerce automation software. The sites that MercuryAIO supports are mainly US based, but they do have a lot of success for the sites they do support. They have over 18,000 followers on Twitter and the operating systems they support are both Mac and Windows OS. They currently priced at $50 a month.

MercuryAIO Overview

MercuryAIO have a ton of features within the bot that make it stand out compared to other bots. They have a dashboard within the bot that lists statistics regarding the users activity, they have a monitor page where you can create tasks that monitor sites for certain products, this can also be paired with the regular tasks too. You can also store accounts & profiles within the bot too.

Dashboard Window

MercuryAIO Dashboard Window
On this window within MercuryAIO, you can view statistics within the bot in relation to the users performance. You can view the total spending amount as well as the number of orders placed today & the total orders collectively. You can view the recent orders in a table below too.

Monitors Window

MercuryAIO Monitors Window
On this window within MercuryAIO, you can create tasks that will monitor certain products on the supported websites for the bots. You have the ability to search through the monitors and also filter the monitor tasks at the top of the page. Finally, at the top you can create monitor tasks and you can utilize the collective action buttons.

Tasks Window

MercuryAIO Tasks Window

On this window within MercuryAIO, you can create and view your tasks within a task group. At the top of the page, you can see the back arrow button to go back to the task group page, once you're on the page above you can view all your created tasks. Some of the details regarding the task will be available on the page such as the product, the mode being used, the profile being used and more. Finally, at the top of the page you can create a task and utilize the collective action buttons if you wish.

Accounts Window

MercuryAIO Accounts Window

On this window within MercuryAIO, you can create accounts for the supported websites within the bot, you can then test the accounts and the status of that account can then be returned. These accounts can be used with your tasks as well.


In terms of support, MercuryAIO has a ton available for all of their users. Firstly, it's a pretty easy bot to use, so in terms of navigation most people would be fine using the bot but they do also have written documentation within the bot that you can check out if you need further guidance.

Supported sites: Amazon, Supreme US, Target, Walmart, Footlocker US, Footlocker CA, Champs Sports, EastBay, Foot action & Kids Footlocker

Platforms: Windows // Mac

Retail: $50 per month


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