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Credit Card payment within a mobile app -> SDKs?

Hello,

We're in need to use a mobile payment SDK to accept credit card within a mobile app. After some investigation, so far Braintree seems the sole choice. We are not looking for a POS system, we need to offer each app user, the option to pay via credit card. Technically the method could be native SDK or via a Webview.

Suggestion are welcome, sharing of experience is appreciated.

Thanks,
Joanan

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Ryan Nobrega
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Ryan Nobrega Entrepreneur • Advisor
Head of Growth and Engagement at Flywheel Software Inc.
Stripe, as well... have used them in the past; was happy with them.

https://stripe.com/docs/mobile
Jessica Alter
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Jessica Alter Entrepreneur • Advisor
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Good to a search first, lots of discussion on mobile and paymentshttp://members.founderdating.com/discuss/topic/Mobile-payments
Joseph Smutz
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Joseph Smutz Entrepreneur
Director, Product Integration at Sage Payment Solutions
Both Stripe and Braintree offer solid products but they can be expensive depending on processing volumes and merchant type.

I work for Sage Payments and we offer similar services but there are a number of us in this arena.


Michael Collins
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Michael Collins Advisor
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I'd recommend you talk to Payworks. I've copied their head of business development and CEO. Thank you, Michael
Christopher Owens
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Christopher Owens Entrepreneur
Founder/CEO at LincSphere, Inc.
Actually, you might want to hold up before doing that integration.

Not sure what the rules are with Android apps, but with iPhone you cannot accept payments inside the app without using the built-in app store purchase system or in-app-payments. Anything else is a violation of Apple's terms of service.
Chris Eyles
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Chris Eyles Entrepreneur
Group CEO at Fusion Payments
My understanding is that Apple "in-app" purchases are only restricted to app store payment method if they are virtual products - games, subs etc so depends on what you are selling e.g. if an eComm site with physical delivery the restrictions don't apply and you can use any payment plugin.

In respect to PSP selection depends on geography and number of currencies you wish to offer
Christopher Owens
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Christopher Owens Entrepreneur
Founder/CEO at LincSphere, Inc.
Thanks, Chris Eyles, I wasn't aware of that distinction.
Joseph Smutz
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Joseph Smutz Entrepreneur
Director, Product Integration at Sage Payment Solutions
That is my understand of "in-app" payments as well.

We have several payment acceptance products that do not leverage any Apple payment features.

Ali Shafai
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Ali Shafai Entrepreneur
Sr. Project Manager, I.T. at KeyPoint Credit Union
You should have a look at WePay as well.
Neil Appalsamy
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Neil Appalsamy Entrepreneur
President & CEO at 4PAY Inc.
Hi Joanan 4PAY currently offers those capabilities that can easily integrated to meet your needs. Neil Sent from Mobile - pardon the typos.
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