A new Israeli start-up on the scene named ZooZ has founded a new SDK, which allows developers to implement an in-app payment system into their apps easier. To get the system implemented, all developers have to do is add three lines of code into either an Android or iOS app, which will then get things rolling. From there, customers who would like to purchase something from within the app can use Paypal or a credit card with ZooZ’s system. Check it out:
The UI that is featured in the apps actually looks pretty good, letting app users easily choose between major credit cards or a Paypal account without having to register for an account. The Israeli-based startup also promises “patent-pending bank-grade security technology” which “reduces risk for fraud.”
As for the percentage taken from the merchant, ZooZ only takes 2.8% + 19 cents per successful transaction and doesn’t charge for transactions with Paypal. Payments to the merchant are issued every month through a bank account, Paypal account, or an issued pre-paid Mastercard.
Due to the ease of use, ZooZ looks like a win in our book. If you’re interested learn more on ZooZ’s website.