San Francisco, CA – August 2, 2016 – Mobile publishers can now join the beta testing of Panda++, an advanced mobile SDK created by Paymentwall, a global payments provider. Panda++ allows mobile publishers to generate revenue from in-app purchases on Android powered devices.
Screenshots of customized Panda++ interface.
Unlike other competitors in the market, Panda++ offers wider coverage for both publishers and users, making the checkout easier to access and transactions faster to complete. Advantages that Panda++ can offer mobile publishers include the following:
- Unlimited number of API calls within any time.
- Unlimited number of applications can be integrated.
- Interface customization.
- Supports Visa, Mastercard, UnionPay, Alipay, Mobiamo, MINT, plus 140 more payment methods for global expansion.
- Fraud protection and real-time monitoring.
- 24/7 International customer support.
- Technical support to help with integration.
These features will allow mobile publishers to extend their reach to both local and international mobile markets, and propel their business towards growth. Through unlimited API calls, as well as global payments coverage, they will be able to provide their users a seamless purchasing experience within their app. As a result, mobile publishers will be able to improve customer retention.
Panda++ also comes with 24/7 international customer support, which allows mobile publishers address user concerns any time of the day. And once they have built a wider user base, publishers will be able to safeguard that growth through the SDK’s fraud monitoring technologies and risk management features.
Panda++ is currently in beta testing on Android devices with FREE integration and processing during the test period. To join our beta test, publishers can sign up here.
About Paymentwall (www.paymentwall.com)
Paymentwall is the leading global payment platform. The company has partnered with 140 payment method providers worldwide to offer global payments coverage for users in more than 190 countries with credit and debit cards, mobile payments, e-wallets, bank transfers, prepaid cards and many others. Notable business partners of Paymentwall include SEGA, Bandai Namco, Shopify, Game Insight, iRacing, Tencent and Gameforge.
Paymentwall was founded in San Francisco in 2010, by entrepreneurs Honor Gunday and Vladimir Kovalyov to monetize Facebook games. In 2011, after Facebook limited access to its platform, they grew their business without depending on any company or any single country, but with global principles in mind. Today, Paymentwall processes billions of dollars for 110,000+ merchants, operates 13 offices and employs over 200 people worldwide.