Fortumo Now Offers Subscription Payments Through Carrier Billing for Windows Phone and Windows 8
Wednesday, December 31, 2014 by Richard Harris
Mobile payments company Fortumo has announced that it has launched subscription payments using carrier billing for Windows Phone and Windows 8. Developers building apps for these Microsoft platforms can now increase their subscription payment coverage by enabling carrier billing for users without credit cards in 83 markets.Fortumo is currently rolling out subscriptions ...
Fortumo Now Offering App Monetization Opportunities With New Mobile Operator Billing Option to 35 Million Turkcell Customers
Wednesday, October 8, 2014 by Richard Harris
Fortumo has partnered with the leading Turkish mobile operator, Turkcell, to start providing an in-app purchasing solution for its AppMarket app store. Android developers can now earn additional revenue with Fortumo’s 1-click direct payment solution from 35 million Turkcell customers.Alternative app stores such as the Turkcell AppMarket are becoming viable options for m...
Fortumo to Give Developers $5,000 to Integrate Mobile Payments SDK
Friday, September 19, 2014 by Richard Harris
Fortumo has announced a new developer program for Windows Phone and Windows 8 developers to help them acquire additional users for their apps. Developers who add the Fortumo in-app purchasing SDK to their Windows Phone or Windows 8 app will receive $5,000 in free advertising credits from Fortumo to drive downloads for their apps in emerging markets. “The bigg...
Fortumo Launches Direct Carrier Billing in Pakistan
Thursday, July 3, 2014 by Stuart Parkerson
Mobile payments company Fortumo and mobile operator Telenor Pakistan are launching direct carrier billing in Pakistan that will provide the ability for app developers and publishers to receive payments from more than 35 million subscribers of Telenor Pakistan. These Telenor customers now able to make online payments by charging purchases to their phone bill. Fortumo wil...
Fortumo Surpasses 80 Countries with its Mobile Operator Billing Platform: Carrier Billing Payments Exploding
Monday, May 12, 2014 by Richard Harris
Operating billing is rapidly becoming one of the top choices for mobile app developers to monetize their apps across the globe and Fortumo is in the forefront, now offering its mobile operator billing platform in over 80 countries. And developers using Fortumo’s operator billing options are seeing growth of six times payment volumes for Windows Phone & Win...
Fortumo Developer Program Provides Up to $25K to Enhance Windows Phone and Windows 8 App Development
Sunday, March 30, 2014 by Stuart Parkerson
Fortumo has announced new a developer program for Windows Phone and Windows 8 apps. Developers who integrate Fortumo in-app purchasing to their app will receive an advance of up to $25,000 from Fortumo to cover their integration costs. The program is also open to successful iOS & Android developers who bring their apps to the Windows platform. Fo...
Android Market Too Big to Ignore so Nokia Debuts Nokia X Android Platform
Tuesday, February 25, 2014 by Stuart Parkerson
Microsoft might own Nokia, but Android rules for mobile apps (sorry Apple) and thus Nokia has debuted new smartphones running the Nokia X software platform based on the Android Open Source Project.Nokia’s recent announcement included a number of new details, which made it somewhat confusing unless you paid close attention, which we did. The Android OS is obvio...
Fortumo Partners with Payelp Global to Expand Reach Beyond Just Mobile
Tuesday, January 7, 2014 by Richard Harris
App developers who are interested in monetizing certain geographic regions, including what are considered emerging markets, need to consider the reality of how consumers in those markets are willing to pay for services. And the actuality is that in many countries, cash, not credit cards, are commonly used payment options. So in these countries, carrier/operator bil...
Lotaris® in‐app Commerce Launches On Android
Monday, September 30, 2013 by Richard Harris
Lotaris, has announced that its in-appCommerce service now supports
Android. Developers using Lotaris in-appCommerce
now have a one-stop solution to monetize in multiple Android app stores through
For Android app stores like
Google Play (where policy allows), the Opera Mobile Store, SlideME and GetJar,
Lotaris in-appCommerce operates...
Lotaris and PayPal Team Up for Mobile Payments
Wednesday, August 14, 2013 by Stuart Parkerson
App developers have another option to receive revenue from mobile users through a partnership between Lotaris and PayPal.
The agreement will expand the current credit card and mobile operator billing options that Lotaris currently offers through its in-appCommerce platform available in over 80 countries.
The payment solution is currently available for Windows mobile...
Fortumo Announces Support for Marmalade SDK
Thursday, June 6, 2013 by Stuart Parkerson
Marmalade - the award-winning cross-platform development tool - and Fortumo, the developer-friendly mobile payments provider, today announced
that Fortumo has been seamlessly integrated with the Marmalade SDK to enable
developers easy access to in-app purchasing in 80 countries.
This partnership will enable Marmalade's developers to easily add
Windows Phone Developers Get More Functionally
Tuesday, May 7, 2013 by Richard Harris
Microsoft is continuing to develop their relationship with app developers by adding some new functionality in their app store submission process. Some of the new features include, six new developer payout markets, A new mobile operator billing connection, and simplified app submission process (cancelling submissions, rotating screenshots and automatic screenshot resizin...