Fortumo has released a new version of its Android in-app purchasing SDK for app stores which can process mobile payments even when app users are not connected to the internet.
Fortumo’s in-app purchasing SDK is used by a number of alternative Android app stores include device manufacturers (NOOK, ZTE, Oppo, Gionee), mobile operators (Telenor, Turkcell, Kyivstar) and 3rd party app store operators (Mobogenie, UCWeb, SlideME etc.). For developers using Unity, Corona, Marmalade and OpenIAB, Fortumo has created custom versions of the SDK.
Carrier billing has provided developers with app monetization opportunities in emerging markets where a large number of users do not have a credit card to make payments online. And now, for users who are not connected to the internet, Fortumo’s Android SDK enables the ability to still conduct transactions.
In addition to alternative Android app stores, Fortumo offers payment options on Windows Phone Store and Windows 8 Store. Fortumo also works with social networks, PC and web game developers, and streaming content platforms to enable them access to users without credit cards in emerging markets.
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You can learn more about the Android in-app purchasing SDK on the Fortumo website
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