Mobile PayPass SDK for Payment Application Creation Released by MasterCard

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  • 20 Sep 2012
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  • MasterCard has released a Mobile MasterCard PayPass User Interface Software Development Kit (UI SDK) for Android and BlackBerry OS 7 mobile operating systems. It is to simply the developer effort for creating payment applications that give consumers the speed and convenience of PayPass Tap-and-Go contactless payments using their mobile devices.



    MasterCard’s toolkit provides everything software developers need to create contactless payment solutions for Android and BlackBerry users. The toolkit includes:

    • API Code Libraries
    • API Specification Documentation
    • Developer Guide
    • Sample UI Application Code
    • White-Label Reference UI Application
    • Test Suite to Ensure Compliance and Apps

    These tools offer creation content for the development of Mobile MasterCard PayPass into a proximity payment mobile UI application, a mobile banking application or a mobile wallet application. MasterCard has also streamlined the UI approval process so that customers can bring a Mobile MasterCard PayPass service to market. Mung Ki Woo, Group Executive, Mobile at MasterCard stated:

    “Consumers are gaining comfort and familiarity with mobile and contactless payments, requiring the financial institutions and mobile network operators that offer these services to ensure a consistent and positive experience. As we continue to lead the industry with mobile and contactless payments innovations, we saw an opportunity to simultaneously help our partners and improve the overall user experience. Our first-ever UI SDK provides smart tools and makes it easier for our partners to issue a complete contactless payment solution on mobile.”


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