Tokyo-based tech start-up Conit launched an in-app purchase platform for the Android apps as well as the iPhone/iPad apps on Friday, in association with Japan’s largest ad agency Dentsu.
The platform is named as Samurai Purchase[J], and allows smartphone app developer to manage all their in-app purchases that are made by users via the Android and the iPhone handsets. Purchase requests from the apps are transferred to PayPal on both smartphone platforms, furthermore, the Android platform is expected to accept the credit card payment option by the end of next month. Monthly subscription rates for smartphone app developers start at 126,000 yen for using the Android platform, 136,500 yen for using the iPhone/iPad platform.
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