Payoneer releases in-app SDK for iOS, Android and HTML5
You asked, and we listened. By popular demand of the growing mobile developer community, Payoneer has partnered with ZooZ to provide an in-app payment solution for the iOS, Android and HTML5 platforms!
Using Payoneer’s revolutionary SDK and integration process, you can now receive earnings from in-app sales directly to your Payoneer Prepaid Debit MasterCard® card, bank account, or local eWallet. The in-app SDK supports multiple currencies and languages, and with just 3 lines of code to integrate you’ll be ready to receive payments in minutes.
As all mobile developers know, simply creating a good app does not guarantee its success. It’s essential to conduct thorough market research and effectively monetize your app. One of the best ways to monetize your app is by using in-app sales. In fact, as of January 2012 apps with in-app purchases are monetizing at more than double the rate of apps without them!
So what is an in-app purchase? Whether you’re selling physical/virtual goods, virtual currency, or offering an upgrade to the app, in-app purchases allow you to continue monetizing your app long after the original download by the user.
While it’s essential to effectively monetize your app, it’s just as important to make sure that you’ll be able to access those funds. Implementing Payoneer’s in-app SDK is an easy, simple and secure process, with only 3 lines of code. Receive payments from users with a true mobile wallet experience that is fast, secure and easy to use, and that aggregates various payments methods such as credit cards, PayPal and additional eWallets. All user details are securely stored in a cloud environment and shared across supporting apps to enable higher conversion rates and a quicker checkout.
To download and get started with Payoneer’s in-app SDK, click here.
Yaniv Chechik, CTO at Payoneer, is a member of ZooZ’s Advisory Board.
ZooZ was founded in 2010 and developed a unique payment platform that enables a quick and easy way to checkout and pay on mobile devices.