Jumio, a digital payments and ID certification solutions provider backed by the likes of Citi Ventures, Andreessen Horowitz and Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin, is today releasing Netswipe Mobile for Android. In case you’re not familiar with the startup’s Netswipe offering: it essentially turns a customer’s smartphone camera into a secure, real-time credit card reader, allowing businesses to more quickly accept mobile payments (see here for a Travelocity use case). The solution was only available for iOS devices to date, and apps for BlackBerry and Windows Phone are said to be in the works.
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