SlideME: Release of SAM 2.3 and Support For Paid Applications

by Shane Isbell » Fri, 30 Jan 2009 13:32:42 GMT


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 SlideME is pleased to announce support for paid applications with our
release of SAM 2.3, the first billing solution for Android that includes a
mobile client. You can download SAM 2.3 at  http://slideme.org/sam2.apk 

Several weeks back, we ran into the issue of the G1 not protecting against
applications being removed from the device, so we are introducing SlideLock,
which you can embed into your application to prevent forwarding to another
device. This is independent from support for paid applications, and will
provide additional protection, if the developer chooses to use it.:
 http://slideme.org/slidelock 

Developers of paid applications will also need to sign in and approve the
new developer agreement and assign tokens, which authorize downloads.

This is a major release:

*Billing*
* No country restrictions on purchasing applications. Anyone can buy & sell.
* Support for global payments via SlideCollect including users paying via
their Amazon Payments account.
* High payout rates to content providers/developers ~98%:
 http://SlideME.org/rate-schedule < ; http://slideme.org/rate-schedule> ;
* Sales tax is legitimately applied to sales, including all of the European
Union
* SlideME Prepaid MasterCard:  developers from anywhere in the world can
receive a debit card and get paid without a need of a bank account.

* Multiple payout methods
* Fraud detection: SlideME has partnered with Retail Decisions, a world
leader in credit card fraud prevention, in order to combat fraud and further
reduce chargebacks. More information about ReD is available at
 http://www.redplc.com 
* The Shopper Guarantee - All customers receive the Shopper Guarantee. This
guarantees shoppers that they will either receive their digital downloads
via SAM, or they will receive their money back. This guarantee can increase
customer confidence in purchasing from SlideME website.

*Client*
* SAM 2.3 with a new user interface
* SAM 2.3 billing support
* SAM 2.3 supports secure method so shoppers never need to enter their
credit card or sensitive information from within their handset.

*DRM*
* SlideLOCK has been released to protect your applications and prevent
forwarding
*
Infrastructure*
* 24/7 support has been implemented to support you and users in the best
possible way.
* High Availability secured environment
* Distributed feeds of content on SlideME's Marketplace to further promote
your applications

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SlideME: Release of SAM 2.3 and Support For Paid Applications

by plusminus » Fri, 30 Jan 2009 23:11:06 GMT


 es its great. They made up billing apps before Google :)
And 98% for the developer is more than just fair.

Best Wishes!

plusminus

On 30 Jan., 00:37, Muthu Ramadoss <muthu.ramad...@gmail.com> wrote:
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SlideME: Release of SAM 2.3 and Support For Paid Applications

by Jarett » Sat, 31 Jan 2009 01:54:08 GMT


 "Several weeks back, we ran into the issue of the G1 not protecting
against applications being removed from the device, so we are
introducing SlideLock, which you can embed into your application to
prevent forwarding to another device."

I'm confused, then. Can SlideLock prevent the user from deleting the
app from the phone?

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SlideME: Release of SAM 2.3 and Support For Paid Applications

by Yan Shi » Sat, 31 Jan 2009 01:54:20 GMT


 Congrats!

This is a good place for developers to submit apps.





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SlideME: Release of SAM 2.3 and Support For Paid Applications

by Nickname » Sat, 31 Jan 2009 23:32:45 GMT


 Congrats!! It's an exciting good news to all ADs.





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