Splashtop has launched a new app, Splashtop Business Plan, that lets users buy products with just a swipe.
The app lets users order food, clothes and more directly from their phones and pay online through the company’s website.
The app was built in partnership with Apple Pay and Google Wallet.
The first 100 users will get the app free, while the others will be charged $5.
A lot of businesses are looking to expand into the smartphone market, with many looking to leverage the ease of use and low cost of mobile payments.
Splashtop aims to give businesses that rely on mobile payments a viable alternative.
The startup’s app will launch in select markets in the U.S. and Canada on Friday.
The company was founded in 2016 by co-founder Matt Bell.
Its app will allow users to order food from a mobile phone, pay online, and then pick up their items at their favorite local store.
Splashtops goal is to allow businesses to scale without investing in a mobile office.
The startup is also expanding into the grocery space.
Its service is being launched with Amazon, Walgreens and other big chains in the next few months.
The company is working with major grocery chains to make the service more convenient for shoppers.
“We have a lot of partners,” Bell said.
“We’re just starting out with just these two companies, and there are a bunch of other partners we’re working with.”
For now, the app will work with a few major chains, but more will be added as the business evolves.
Bell said he is targeting a global launch in the first half of 2020.
The service is also free for a limited time and is free for Android and iOS devices.