Mobile payments also known as M-payments usually refer to payment systems operated under financial regulation and performed via a mobile device. Many companies worldwide such as Google, eBay, Amazon and many others have something in common; they have implemented mobile payment systems into their businesses.

Mobile payment is an alternative way to make payments. No credit card, bank account or cash is required to perform them. End users can make payments at any time of the day and from anywhere. Mobile payments are often associated with digital goods, online games, ringtones etc and the purchased amount is usually added to a monthly telephone bill by a telephone service operator-provider.

There are a lot of different mobile payment options, offering different mobile payment services. Consumers can choose mobile payment from a variety of options that will best meet their needs. Now you can easily buy your dream dress, pay your taxes or pay for your car parking using a mobile device without leaving your home.

Some mobile payment services accept payments by SMS. SMS payment solutions have created a convenient billing system for people without access to a bank account. The key feature, making SMS payments so popular and attractive worldwide, is flexibility and security. No registration and personal or bank account information is required to start purchasing online.

Modern society is so flexible, fast-moving and always on the go, that merchants must give consumers the option to buy online goods or pay for services from wherever they are at that moment. If they do so, increased sales and more satisfied and loyal clients are guaranteed. Both merchants and consumers benefit from implementing mobile payment system.

Mobile payments are used widely in emerging and developing countries. People in emerging countries often have cell phones but may not have bank accounts.

We already use mobile phones for many activities such as texting, calling, playing, browsing the Internet and paying for online goods or services. Mobile payments are changing consumer credit behavior. As it is getting more and more popular among merchants and consumers, many technology developers strongly compete with each other for creating better mobile payment systems that will cover all consumer and merchant needs. Even new and unknown companies are forcing their way into the market.

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In-app billing in the enables app developers to make more money by selling digital content such as downloadable and virtual content, premium services within their applications. Using in-app billing is quite simple, and requires minimal configuration. This can be illustrated by taking the example of Google Play which is one of the biggest markets of android applications and many developers and merchants on Google Play are increasingly using JunglePay’s in-app billing solutions. Preparation of in-app billing application for Google Play platform consists of adding the library that has the in–app billing version into your running project, updating application by requesting the proper permission to your application file. After these two actions, you need to establish a service connection between your application and Google Play. After your application is connected with Google play you can start to make requests for your offering in-app products. Once the product is purchased by the user, Google Play prevents user from purchasing another product with the same ID. Google Play enables in-app product providers to make queries for products available for purchase and for purchased products. Google Play takes all responsibilities of all checkout details. It means that content sellers application is never required for direct financial transactions. All applications published through Google play can establish in-app billing.

So that’s why JunglePay’s in-app billing software is becoming a hot favorite among the application developers and it gives you more time to concentrate on your main mobile applications or websites, ultimately giving you high billing inflows. Further it requires minimal coding efforts and you can get the assistance of our experienced developers for integration of the application.

Properly manage purchases, save time, speed purchase process by implementing JunglePay’s in-app billing in your applications. In-app Payments Options – For instance, Android platform has a few in-app payment options. Each in-app payment can offer different consumer billing methods like credit card, bank account, direct carrier billing. Also, in-app payment method addresses the issue of what can be purchased by using a credit card, bank account etc. In-app providers offer simple and easy payments inside the apps. Android market app offers application owners to collect payments from the end users by using in-app billing service. The interaction between your application and Android provided service happens through call and broadcast intents. Android market service will get a billing request over IPC (inter-process communication) call if your application needs to collect a payment for a purchase. After Android market app lets user to go through the payment process and finish it successfully, a notification will be sent to your application.

Benefits of Using In-app Payments: Nothing is happening without any reasons. It can be said the same about in-app payments and its worldwide growth. In-app payments have several benefits, which attract consumers to use it more and more. One of them is high security and other one is the ability for application owners to manage their purchases.

Managing purchases saves loads of time and gives a possibility to follow the accounting. In-app payment is a fast purchase process compared to that of payment via credit or debit card as secure codes must be entered if you want to make a payment by your credit card. As a result, consumers are using in-app billing to pay for downloads which saves their valuable time, because this payment method does not require entering long security code. In-app billing is used just for selling digital goods. Physical goods, personal services or other goods, which need physical delivery, cannot be paid by using in-app billing payment method. There is very important point to mention that in-app billing can be implemented just into applications through Google Play.