Currently, Hyperswitch supports Braintree’s Vault flow for Paypal as it offers seamless storing of payment methods for later use across Web, iOS and Android devices. The returning customers will be able to pay through Paypal with one-touch experience without logging in again after saving their card the first time.
Paypal Redirection experience:
Configuring Paypal through other payment processors like Adyen, Checkout, etc on Hyperswitch will redirect the customers to Paypal’s website to complete the payment. For this approach, you just have to make sure that you enable Paypal on your respective processors’ dashboards and also, enable Paypal while configuring these processors on your Hyperswitch dashboard.
Google Pay is a simple and secure way for customers to pay by adding their cards and bank account to their Google wallet. Currently, Google Pay is available through Web and Android devices in 70+ countries while iOS devices are supported only in the US and India.
Google Pay has additional layers of security embedded in its payment flow and hence Google Pay integration is bound to be elaborate by nature.
There are few prerequisites that need to be fulfilled before integrating Google Pay on Hyperswitch -
Configure Google Pay on your processor’s dashboard
In order to test Google Pay integration you will need to add test cards to your google account. You can go to Google Pay API Test Cards Allowlist and click on Join Group to automatically add test cards in your Google Developer Account
Configuring Google Pay on Hyperswitch
To configure Google Pay on Hyperswitch follow the steps given below -
While selecting Payment Methods, click on Google Pay in the Wallet section
Use this link to search for your processor’s input parameters. Get those parameters from the processor dashboard and configure them in Google Pay Merchant Key
In Google Pay Merchant Name, provide a user-visible merchant name
Your app requires an approval from Google Pay before you go live. Please follow Google’s instructions and request production access.
Choose integration type Gateway when prompted.
Submit your app screenshots for review.
Set the Google Pay Environment to Production.
Once the app is reviewed and approved, launch GooglePay from a signed, released build your app.
Google Pay Compatibility
Google Pay is available only in certain countries or regions and on certain devices. Take a look at the exhaustive list of countries where Google Pay is available.
For security reasons, Google Pay is not supported in some browsers. Please check the list below to know the supported browsers:
Google Pay Support
iOS in-app browser - Instagram
Android in-app browser - Instagram
iOS in-app browser - X (Formerly Twitter)
Android in-app browser - X (Formerly Twitter)
Apple Pay allows customers to securely pay from their saved cards in their Apple Pay account in macOS (Safari) or iOS using Touch ID and Face ID and thereby eliminating the need for them to manually type in their card and shipping details. Apple Pay is currently supported by participating banks and card issuers in 75+ countries.
Since Apple Pay also boasts additional layers of security, the payments flow and integration for Apple Pay are elaborate too.
Before beginning to integrate Apple Pay with Hyperswitch, below prerequisites need to be fulfilled. Please feel free to reach out to Hyperswitch support if you are stuck at any stage when integrating and testing Apple Pay.
Apple Pay requires an Apple Developer Account. You can Sign Up for one here.
You must have a valid SSL certificate on your domain (meaning it begins with https)
Apple Pay requires additional steps, and requires macOS 10.12.1+ or iOS 10.1+. Follow the steps given below to setting up Apple Pay -
Step 1: Creating an Apple MerchantID
You can create an Apple MerchantID referencing the video or following the steps mentioned below -