To get access to the API in private beta, you’d have to e-mail email@example.com asking for an App-id.
The platform lets you set up an account and start selling or giving away stuff. With the API, third party developers can integrate to Instamojo and it allows them to add, edit or archive offers programmatically without having to go on their site.
“It makes sense to the kind of sellers who have lot to sell and adding/editing each offer one by one is mundane task. Our API would help ease that pain,” Sampad Swain, the Co-Founder & CEO of Instamojo told NextBigWhat.
But then, how is Instamojo different from a payment gateway? Swain says that the company wants to be the complete out of the box solution for sellers without having to worry about maintaining a site.
Last week, the 500Startups backed company had increased the frequency of payouts for sellers to twice a month.
The platform has been used by many to sell digital goods, event tickets, publications and software. At NextBigWhat, we used Instamojo to sell our latest report on What Indian Startups Expect from Accelerators.
The startup by Sampad Swain, Harshad Sharma and Akash Gehani launched its public beta @Unpluggd earlier.
Check Instamojo demo @Unpluggd