Here what I’m trying to do:
This is a for two-sided marketplace (has ‘merchants’ and ‘buyers’). I’m wondering if in Adalo a mobile app could be created so that a ‘buyer’ pays for a consumable product (e.g. food, service, etc) using Apple Pay/Google Pay, but then use Stripe Connect, as that is the component to manage automatic ‘payouts’ (and optional commisions) to merchants.
After reading the guides above, seems to me that paying with Apple Pay/Google Pay is only for one-time “in-app purchases”. Meaning there is currently no way use those for a ‘marketplace’ set up. Is that correct?
The Stripe Connect component would be the only tool needed for a marketplace, but so far, only way to pay is manually entering the credit card info (ie. no Apple Pay/Google Pay). Is that correct?
Assuming my only option is to use the Stripe Connect component, is there a “best practice” for storing credit card info using Adalo?
Note: A related forum post on Apple Pay/Google Pay is here, which points to the Feature Request for “Payment Gateways”, here
Apple and google pay is not recommended to sell physical goods from merchants as they take upwards of 30%. In order for merchants to make their desired dollar on a product they would have to mark up the price by over 30% to make that dollar. This is why apple and google pay is recommended for electronic goods or “subscription” based services. A product that that essentially doesn’t require you to make a certain amount above the cost of obtaining like you have to with physical goods