This Square In-App Payments SDK allows you to integrate Square payments into your mobile applications. It provides a way for developers to outsource payments to Square, to access services to access PCI compliance, detect fraud, and manage disputes. Square allows you to manage business solutions for; payments, customers, products, inventory, and employee management. It enables you with the ability to build customized solutions that accept payments online, in-person, or in-app to manage products and customers. Square builds services that support products and tools to manage finances.
Mobile commerce is a huge business opportunity because, at least in the United States, there is not much infrastructure to support it. That's why mobile platform company Appcelerator recently announced its integration with the PayPal API. Now iPhone, Android and iPad developers using the paid version of the company's Titanium framework also get the ability to conduct mobile commerce.
Build any apps lately? Maybe you're a small outfit, or part of a huge enterprise with an entire strategy for brands and apps. But every enterprise needs to answer this question: Who are the people that use your apps--do you know your customer? Appboy specializes in that issue--and in many other aspects of mobile CRM, from getting messages out to users when a bug causes a problem, to integrating social network information for sharing, from customer feedback modules, to push messaging for special deals, and cross promoting with notifications and updates.
Wishpot typically brings "lists" to mind. With Wishpot's original service, users could create a single wish list from multiple sites. The service eliminated the need for a new list for every site in which a shopper was interested. Wishpot has now expanded the wish list experience into a full shopping experience with a new API framework that provides true social commerce (shopping/browsing through checkout from the same platform).