I have more and more clients who are enjoying using Gravity Forms and Stripe to build order forms and take payments on their own sites.
Here’s some other notes about the benefits of using Stripe and why it can replace PayPal, Square and many other tools.
Stripe Account Management: Mobile (iOS)
Pay Pad $5.99
Mobile account management for Stripe
- Create new charges (credit card reader via the device camera)
- View recent activity
- Analytics & Reports
- Rich push notifications
- Recurring invoices: See the plan a customer is on
The big feature is the ability to accept payments from your iPhone into your Stripe account – there is no hardware for swipes like the “Square” or “PayPal Here” but instead you use the iPhone camera.
Paid for Stripe $7.99
- Enter payments manually (no card reader)
- Monitor, refund and retry payments. Email or delete customers.
- Clean interface. Nice Dashboard.
Innerfence – The App and Card reader is free but this service requires a monthly fee. Min of $9/mo +1.9%. Yes, they add percentage on top of the Stripe percentage. Features: location based sales tax, maps, and online access to manage your account
CardFlight - this seems to be only for app developers.
WooCommerce and Stripe
One great feature Stripe offers for the WooCommerce WordPress ecommerce plugin is “saved cards”. If users make WordPress accounts in your web store, the user will be able to view saved credit cards when they come back. At payment, they are setup in stripe as a customer and at their next order they will be able to checkout using the same card. A big timesaver for returning customers. Stripe also supports the Subscriptions extension.