Friday, January 13, 2017

In-App Purchases in iOS With Swift 3

In-app purchase is a great feature for all those developers who want to get more revenue and offer extra content and features through their applications. For example, for games you can buy gems or coins, and for photography apps you may unlock new effects or tools. And you can do all this using a credit card or other payment method, without exiting the app. In this tutorial I'll cover all the necessary steps to create a Consumable and Non-Consumable IAP product on iTunes Connect, and I'll show you the code you'll need to purchase both items. I've made a sample Xcode project with a label and two buttons, so download it and follow along with this tutorial to understand how it works.

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iOS, iPhone, iPad, Objective-C, Swift, xCode, iOS In App Purchase