Mobile payments · Mobile Software Development

Credit Card payment within a mobile app -> SDKs?

Joanan Hernandez CEO & Founder at Mollejuo

May 9th, 2016

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

Ryan Nobrega Head of Growth and Engagement at Flywheel Software Inc.

May 9th, 2016

Stripe, as well... have used them in the past; was happy with them.

https://stripe.com/docs/mobile

Joseph Smutz Director, Product Integration at Sage Payment Solutions

May 9th, 2016

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. 


Chris Eyles Group CEO at Fusion Payments

May 9th, 2016

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

Ali Shafai Sr. Project Manager, I.T. at KeyPoint Credit Union

May 9th, 2016

You should have a look at WePay as well.

Neil Appalsamy President & CEO at 4PAY Inc.

May 9th, 2016

Hi Joanan 4PAY currently offers those capabilities that can easily integrated to meet your needs. Neil Sent from Mobile - pardon the typos.

Amit Goel Co-Founder & MD at LetsTalkPayments.com

May 9th, 2016

I personally like Stripe. We started with Braintree given that they had a program wherein no processing fees was there up to $50k payments for US startups. Then we moved to stripe after a while and have used them since then. Integrations are simpler both in web and mobile app (we only have web). There is a smoother experience in handling little little things such as partial refunds. Thanks, Amit

mario chaves CEO & co-Founder, Avantica Technologies

May 9th, 2016

I suggest you look at Stripe as well...

Brian Reaves Business Development at payworks GmbH

May 10th, 2016

Stripe is a good solution. Stripe uses  payworks for the provision of point of sale card readers ;) payworks also supports in-app payments and many countries & currencies.

This is all you need to know: http://payworks.mpymnt.com

Michael Collins Head of Products, Strategy & Operations

May 10th, 2016

Joanan - Payworksmobile.com is the site.. you looked at the wrong URL MC

Deepak Shenoy

May 10th, 2016

We use WePay and after some initial teething problems, it has been working fine in Production . However, I will suggest if possible do not integrate this directly in your mobile app. Payments integration should be done in the backend for variety of reasons - security, efficiency and your ability to switch between providers without having to change/release your app.