Google brings in-app payments to any Web app and surprisingly easy fix gives apps the ability to charge for things in app. Google started talking about this particular new capability back at the I/O show way back in May, now it’s officially out and the interesting part is it just took one line of code to activate the feature and make it available to app developers…………..
Google has rolled out its in-app payment service for any Web developer, which was first announced in May at Google’s I/O Conference. The feature allows developers to offer single-click payments from their applications and at launch, Google touted the platform’s simple integration into a respective Web app, saying that it only required the addition of a single line of code. When Google first announced in-app payments, the company said it would be made available only to Chrome Web Store developers. However, Google said that its in-app payment system is now “available for all Web application developers to integrate with their Web apps wherever they’re hosted.” The biggest draw of Google‘s in-app payment service is its pricing. Rather than taking a 30 percent share of revenue as Apple does, Google is charging a 5 percent fee. To sign up for Google’s in-app payments, developers must be Google Checkout members. Consumers buying the goods in-app can also pay for goods through their Google accounts.