NewsIn-app purchase – Creating value after the download
In-App Purchasing is the selling of digital content, such as virtual goods and subscriptions, from within your app. Apps can be designed to offer add-ons, new levels, virtual goods or even upgrades from a free app to a paid one, all without leaving the application.
In-App Purchasing gives you benefits including
- Seamless consumer-friendly credit card and operator payment flows
- Access to Nokia’s 130+ operator billing integrations to extend your reach
- Purchasing through a few simple API calls, without having to worry about payment processing
- Revenue sharing, with the same price points and earnings split as for Nokia Store content
Implementing In-App Purchasing can be as simple as using a few simple API calls, without having to worry about payment processing.
Get started with In-app purchasing by reviewing the following documents:
In-app purchasing for Series 40
Download Nokia SDK 1.1 (beta) and start creating in-app purchase MIDlets for Series 40 today.
In-app purchasing for Qt
Download in-app purchase plug-in (beta) for Qt SDK and start exploring new marketing and revenue opportunities with your Qt app.
Learn more about In-App Purchasing by visiting this page.
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