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November Stripe Developer Digest

Tap to Pay on iPhone

Tap to Pay on iPhone
You can now accept in-person contactless payments with only a compatible iPhone. With Tap to Pay on iPhone and the Stripe Terminal SDK, you can accept payments—from physical debit and credit cards to Apple Pay and other digital wallets—without extra hardware. With this fast and easy way to accept payments, we’re excited to help developers better support merchants on-the-go, be it for pop-up events and on-demand services, or to curate personalized retail experiences.

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Embeddable pricing table

Add a custom call-to-action: Include a custom call-to-action on the embeddable pricing table for a product that can redirect to any URL. You can use this if you have custom pricing or a high-touch sales process for one of your products.

Support tiered pricing: The embeddable pricing table now supports the ability to price on a per unit basis, otherwise known as tiered pricing.


Introducing the Address Element: This is an embeddable UI component that helps businesses go to market faster and increase conversion by autofilling shipping or billing addresses. Available for web integrations and native mobile apps, the Address Element has saved businesses a week of development time on average.

Multiple layouts for the Payment Element: Businesses can now select from multiple layouts to match their existing checkout experience. The accordion layout allows you to display more payment methods for improved conversion for those with a diverse customer base with many payment preferences.

One-click checkout with Link is now available with the Payment Element in Europe: Link, which autofills your customers’ payment information to create a fast and easy checkout experience, is now available for use in the Payment Element in 31 European countries. A complete list of country availability can be found on Stripe docs.

Mobile updates

Stripe Android SDK: Android SDK versions 20.12.0-20.14.1 were released this month, and include an expanded payment_method field for ACH requests, fixes to PaymentSheets, and the availability of PaymentMethod.Card.networks.

Stripe iOS SDK: iOS SDK versions 22.8.1-22.8.3 contain updates to PaymentSheet, CardScan, and Identity, as well as bug fixes for Financial Connections and the Card Scan UI.

Stripe React Native: version 0.19 was released, which contains breaking changes required to fit updated brand guidelines from Google for Google Pay and moves the minimum compileSdkVersion to v33.


Three new tinydemos are available this month where we showed off how to:


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