Android developers will find that they have yet another tool at their disposal at it pertains to consumer satisfaction and potential revenue opportunities. Available now, consumers can now take advantage of trials of in-app subscriptions, should a developer feel so inclined to offer them.
Developers and consumers alike will have new billing and payment options for apps.
We just received a tip from one of our readers who was poking around the official Android Market Help guide earlier today. In there, they noticed a little blurb about the new in-app purchases which launched over the last few days. Among the details is …
After rolling out testing of in-app billing to developers just last week, Google has announced that the new Market feature has been launched. In-app billing has quite a few possible uses, from eliminating the need for separate trial and full versions of apps, to letting …
TechCrunch is reporting that Mobile Payment startup, Boku, has widened their marketing strategy by launching an Android library to allow devs to build micro-payments right into their applications. Boku is unique in mobile billing in the fact that it does not require a user to …
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