PayPal Launches “Mobile Express” Mobile App Payment System

At its developer conference yesterday, PayPal launched its mobile payment system called Mobile Express Checkout.

While making purchases via apps is rather easy and can be can be simply designed and developed into mobile applications already, PayPal’s solution will offer the ability for users to opt-in to the service and stay logged in between various mobile apps. PayPal feels that this solution offers a new level of ease of use.

Given the fact that Paypal plans to give Mobile Checkout Express merchants the ability to accept credit card payments in early 2011, those planning to have mobile applications developed for release at that time should keep PayPal’s new system in mind and mention it to their mobile application developer.

Whether you you are looking to develop an iPhone or iPad app or looking to tackle other systems such as developing for BlackBerry, with PayPal’s reach, security and reputation, you should certainly at least consider integrating this solution into your mobile application development plans.

The BlackBerry Playbook

Have you taken a good look at the BlackBerry Playbook yet?

Looks to be a great opening for entrepreneurs to get their slice of the application development pie in the business arena.

With its very solid business oriented customer base, this is a perfect chance for opportunistic individuals everywhere to step into business minded software on the tablet scale. How are you going to take advantage of apps for the Blackberry Playbook? How is your business going to utilize this possibility?

Information processing, reporting and delivery are very real opportunities and a great possibility for those looking to build the next big BlackBerry application.

Real Opportunities for Mobile Applications

There is a very real sense of data overload at the moment through out businesses and individuals alike.  An unacknowledged challenge facing everyone in business today is how to make sense of all the data available. Currently there’s so much data available that it’s difficult to tell what to discard so that you can start to make sense of all the numbers.

Very real opportunities are being created for the savvy entrepreneur.  How can you develop a method for delivering useful data to users? How can you filter this data down to real time metrics that are easy to read?

These are all great opportunities for you to take advantage of as you are planning your next mobile application. Looking at the demographics of each platform and the number of applications available, there is an obvious opportunity for those looking to deliver real time data in a useful fashion via a BlackBerry app to BlackBerry users.

These are traditionally business minded users that would have a need of such tools.  What sort of BlackBerry app can you envision to deliver useful business information in a pertinent way to users? Envisions and develop this BlackBerry application and you are positioning yourself very well in the modern business landscape.