Invoicing app provider Invoice2go has launched a tap and go payments feature with PayPal Here, which it says enables Australia’s smallest businesses to be paid in person, wherever they are.
Australian mobile invoicing app, Invoice2go, has secured US$15 million in funding through a new round of capital raising. Coinciding with the fund raising the company has just launched a new mobile payments feature that it says will allow small businesses and freelancers to accept credit and debit card payments from customers and get paid faster.
A series of productivity apps has gone on sale at Apple’s App Store until 9 September, including Evernote, Linkedin, 1Password and others including Australia based app Invoice2Go.
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