FetchApp is an online service that allows users to sell digital goods through various applications and websites. FetchApp allows users to sell digital goods such as photos, music, e-books, and videos from blogs, websites, and other eCommerce sites.
The FetchApp API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of FetchApp with other applications. Some example API methods include retrieving and managing account information, retrieving and managing items, and retrieving and managing orders.
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The selling of digital goods online is a fast growing industry and FetchApp is designed to make it as streamlined a process as possible. It's basically a digital delivery application that covers everything from digital storage and inventory security to download restrictions and file transfer. FetchApp is already compatible with PayPal, Google Checkout, Goodsie, BigCommerce, FoxyCart, and Shopify, but also provides the FetchApp API for developers who would like to integrate the data with any other system.
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