Fortumo is making carrier billing on Windows Phone and Windows 8 available to more app developers.
Fortumo have launched a custom version of our Windows in-app purchasing SDK for developers using Unity to build their apps.Integrating carrier billing to your Windows Phone or Windows 8 app built with Unity is now much faster, with no additional development effort needed. Here’s what you need to do to start accepting mobile payments with Fortumo in your app:
Sign up at our homepage and create a Windows in-app purchasing service (note that the same service can be used for both Windows Phone & Windows 8 apps);
Once you have created a service, download the Windows billing library for Unity from your Dashboard;
Integrate the Fortumo Windows in-app purchasing SDK into your app. You can find the guidelines in our Developers Portal;
Make some test payments – if everything works, you’re good to go!
Fortunio are also offering developers up to $25,000 to cover your integration costs.
You can also check out the campaign that Unity is running to get additional benefits for bringing your apps to Microsoft platforms.
If you have any feedback or questions regarding carrier billing on Windows Phone and Windows 8, get in touch with Fortumo via email@example.com
prime, one of the most popular providers of plug-ins for Windows and Windows Store, make it easier for you to implement in app-purchases, use Live Tiles, monetize via ads, and connect to Azure storage. Starting today, through June 2015, you will be able to get all these plug-ins for FREE:
Windows Store 8.0 and 8.1
Windows Phone 8.0 *
Handling trial and in-app purchases
To get Live tiles, toast notifications
Metro Essentials plug-in
To give you access to the Microsoft Ad SDK
Microsoft ads plug-in
For easy access to Azure storage
Microsoft Azure plug-in
*Note that Windows Phone 8.1 support and corresponding free plug-ins will be coming soon.
To take advantage of this offer and get your free plug-ins, visit the prime website; free plug-ins will be marked as ‘Download Now.’ Please provide your name and email so prime can send you the license, then just import the plug-in into your Unity project.
You can see installation and other information at Plug-in Documentation. Also visit the prime YouTube Channel for videos on how to get set up. For technical questions and support, please use the prime support forums.
Don’t forget about the Unity Developer contest with over $100K USD in prizes. Game submissions will be accepted through July 20, so be sure to download your prime plug-ins and publish your game to have an opportunity to win.