Payments Overview

    Explore ways to integrate payments in your website or mobile app.

    You can accept payments today on Stripe in several ways. Checkout is a pre-built payment page and complete checkout experience that can be branded for your business.

    Want to build a custom payments experience? Use Elements, our ready-made UI components for the web or our iOS and Android client SDKs for mobile applications.

    If you'd like to accept in-person payments use Terminal (in beta), which works with other Stripe products to create a unified, omnichannel payment experience.

    On the web

    Stripe Checkout New

    Get started quickly. Integrate once, gain new features as Checkout evolves.
    A sample Stripe Checkout payment page with logo and total price
    • Redirect to a Stripe-hosted, PCI-compliant payment page
    • Customize the look and feel with logo, colors, and product images
    • Cards and Apple Pay out-of-the-box with more payment methods coming soon
    • Fulfill purchases with webhooks, third-party services, or manually in the Dashboard

    Stripe Elements

    Embeddable, customizable UI elements for cards and more.
    A sample Elements payment page
    • Embed PCI-compliant payment UI elements in your own checkout page
    • CSS-level style customizations
    • Manually integrate each payment method
    • Fulfillment flow depends on the payment API used with Elements

    If your business is PCI-compliant and wants full control over the UI, contact support or connect with sales.

    In mobile apps

    iOS and Android libraries

    Native iOS and Android components with built-in support for Apple Pay and Google Pay.

    Preview of iOS mobile payment flow

    In person

    Stripe Terminal

    Mobile and web SDKs to bring Stripe’s payments platform to your in-person transactions.

    Preview of Stripe Terminal web view and card reader

    Questions?

    We're always happy to help with code or other questions you might have. Search our documentation, contact support, or connect with our sales team. You can also chat live with other developers in #stripe on freenode.

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