- Europe & UK
- United States
As an ISV / Paysafe Partner, you will need to complete all of the below "merchant" steps on behalf of the Parent Merchant Legal Entity (PMLE) that your merchants will be operating under.
If you are integrating to our merchant onboarding with Accounts API v1, you will need to include the following Google Pay API TOS link - https://payments.developers.google.com/terms/sellertos - to the merchant terms and conditions acknowledgement checkbox text that you are adding to your application UI. For example, “I agree to the Merchant Terms and Conditions and to the following additional Google Pay API Terms of Service located at: https://payments.developers.google.com/terms/sellertos".
If you have or are developing a mobile app in which your customers will make purchases directly, our Android SDK is the perfect solution for you. The Android SDK – when used with the Paysafe server-side SDKs – makes it simple and easy to process payments from within your mobile app. Traditional card payment, 3D Secure authenticated card payments and Google Pay payment methods are supported, through the Android SDK. The SDK helps collect order and payment data and then passes it securely to your server, from where the Paysafe server-side SDKs send the requests to the Paysafe payment platform.
This guide explains how to process payments with the Paysafe Android SDK, using Paysafe's REST-based APIs. Just follow these simple steps to start processing transactions in your app:
Create a Test account in the Paysafe Developer Center, if you don't already have one.
Your Google account should be configured on your device to get a token from Google Pay.
Get your two API keys
If you are integrating with Google Pay, note that your Gateway ID will be set as gateway:paysafe.
- Download our Android SDK.
Integrate your Android app and your servers using the Android and server-side SDKs.
Ensure to select the type of integration so that it is in accordance with the expected PCI level