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In this Samsung Developer Program online talk, learn how to integrate the Samsung In-App Purchase (IAP) SDK in your Unity games.

You can get more info about the IAP SDK here https://developer.samsung.com/iap

The Galaxy Store is a premium store that makes Galaxy mobile devices shine in their own, unique way. Discover how to use Samsung’s payment service to sell a variety of items in applications for the Galaxy Store.

In this video, you will learn how to modify your Unity games and have a new way to monetize them, whether it is with one-off payments or subscriptions.

Additionally, you will learn about the Samsung IAP Unity plugin’s methods and functionalities, making it easier to rapidly integrate with your existing games.

You can connect with Diego, a Sr. Developer Evangelist, on Twitter

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