SumUp launches its API so that developers can add payment functionality to their apps

SumUp launches its API so that developers can add payment functionality to their apps

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New SumUp provides a way for merchants to take debit and credit payments via their smartphone and today, the company has launched an API for its mobile point-of-sale solution. The API is available for both iOS and Android and the company hopes that this will help businesses and developers bring payment processing...
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