Marmalade – the cross-platform development tool – and mobile payments provider Fortumo, have announced that Fortumo has been seamlessly integrated with the Marmalade SDK to enable developers access to in-app purchasing in 80 countries.
This partnership will enable Marmalade’s developers to easily add in-app purchasing to all their Android titles. Fortumo’s in-app purchasing technology has become the preferred choice for thousands of developers looking to integrate mobile operator billing and in-app purchasing on Android, Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8, and online and credit card billing on NOOK.
“Our developers are always looking for the most effective ways to monetise their apps for mobile and tablet devices.” said Tim Closs, CTO of Marmalade. He continued: “At Marmalade we aim to give our community the greatest possible choice for how they develop content and generate revenue. With the integration of Fortumo’s services into our SDK, we’re continuing our commitment to our developers and opening up even more opportunities for them to succeed.”
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