PayPal API Goes Mobile

John Musser, June 14th, 2007

PayPalThe PayPal API has gone mobile this week with the announcement of PayPal Mobile Checkout. Using this new WAP 2.0-based platform mobile phone users can perform checkouts on mobile sites much like they do with PayPal on regular ecommerce sites. This picks-up from our report earlier this week on the new eBay APIs and shows how eBay is pushing their influential platforms in a variety of directions. Other PayPal platform news this week also includes a new certified developer program.

The PayPal API may not have the pop-culture appeal of the Google Maps API but it’s a key component of shopping as an API platform. Note that there are over 250,000 registered PayPal developers.

For some real-world examples you can see a sample of PayPal mashups in our listings including the online invoicing service Blinksale.

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2 Responses to “PayPal API Goes Mobile”

June 14th, 2007
at 1:56 pm
Comment by: despuesdegoogle » » PayPal móvil

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January 26th, 2008
at 12:59 pm
Comment by: bertelle nicolas

Hi ,

If you want to know more on Paypal API you can also check this webpage http://www.webjax.eu/p/212-Paypal-api and some others that provide informations on Paypal API.

Thank you for your great website, see you soon on webjax maybe ;-)

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