Pioneering mobile payment
native Android and iOS apps
One of the first payment apps offering NFC payments ahead of it’s time before Google Pay and Apple Pay were available.
October 2013 - Google introduced Android 4.4 KitKat with a new open architecture for NFC payments called Host Card Emulation (HCE).
February 2014 - VISA and Mastercard announced their support of HCE. Payment apps could be created for the first time in history.
November 2015 - boon Android app is launched.
Enabling contactless payments (before Google Pay and Apple Pay)
Payments possible without active internet connection
Independent of banks and mobile networks
Selected tech stack
In November 2015 boon Android app was launched in four European countries: Germany, the Netherlands, Austria and Belgium.
Both apps were redesigned and rebuilt using the latest development tools and brand new UI design.
Super fast and easy payments
NFC payment function handled via MasterCard Digital Enablement Service (MDES) as a tokenization service provider and Google Pay, Apple Pay, Garmin Pay, Fitbit Pay as a digital wallet provider.
More than 24 million Euros in transaction volume per year
Significantly reduced time to market for rebranded versions.
Framework software architecture:
API integrations and core functions developed as a "core"
UI / UX configuration layer
Modern development technologies (Swift for iOS and Kotlin for Android)
Thousands of reviews
Rating in App store
& Google Play