mPayy rolls out mobile payment app for Android

Thursday 17 December 2009 16:37 CET | News

US-based mobile and online alternative payments services provider mPayy has made a secure mobile payments application available in the Android marketplace for phones that run the Android operating system.

mPayy enables person-to-person payments between members, as well as merchant processing via its new Android application.

All mPayy personal and business account holders may use the Android application to make and receive person-to-person payments, track activity and withdraw funds from their mPayy accounts to linked bank accounts. Small business account holders are also able to issue refunds for any sale processed through the application.

Once members open Small Business accounts, they will be able to generate their own API key to unlock mPayy’s payment services, and add secure debit payments to their online or mobile websites and applications.

mPayy’s Android application is free to download from the Android Market. The mPayy application runs on all Android devices – from the Sprint HTC Hero and T-Mobile Motorola CLIQ running Android 1.5 to the newly released Verizon Motorola Droid running Android 2.0.

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Keywords: mPayy, Android, mobile payment app, person-to-person payments
Categories: Payments & Commerce | Mobile Payments
Countries: World
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