Google Photos is the home for all your photos and videos, automatically organized and easy to share.
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Triggers the moment a charge is made on someone's credit card.
Triggers the moment you add a new customer is added.
Triggers every time a new event like a dispute, subscription, or transfer is added.
Triggers when a new invoice is created (supports line items).
Triggers upon creation of a new order.
Creates an album.
Upload new media.
Creates a new customer.
Creates a new sale.
Google Photos is an online photo storage and sharing service developed by Google. It was announced on May 28, 2015, at the Google I/O 2015 conference, and launched on May 29, 2015. At launch, the service offered free storage of original quality photos and videos for up to 16 megapixels and 1080p videos, which can be accessed via a website or mobile app. Also at launch, Google announced that it would offer unlimited storage in full respution for photos and videos taken with any Pixel device, starting with the Google Pixel phone.
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Stripe is a software platform for running an internet business. Stripe focuses on making it easier for businesses to accept payments over the Internet and provides services for processing payments among different countries worldwide. Stripe is available to web application developers in more than 100 countries globally through a variety of integration tops and APIs. The company is backed by Sequoia Capital, Andreessen Horowitz, Founders Fund, Khosla Ventures, and PayPal co-founder Peter Thiel. Stripe received $80 million in Series B funding led by Sequoia Capital in July 2014, bringing the total amount raised to $190 million. As of February 2017, Stripe reported having 128 employees and estimated revenue of $150 million annually.
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Most internet users have several websites that they visit regularly to check their emails, pay bills among others. Most banks have their own applications that allow customers to access their bank accounts and make payments, but with Stripe, users have a new way to pay their bills using their images as currency. In essence, it allows customers to pay their bills using pictures rather than cash or credit cards. Let’s take a closer look at how this works:
To initiate a payment using Stripe, the client will upload an image to Google Photos (a photo library app owned by Google), then select from which account or credit card he or she would like to make payment for a particular item. This means that instead of uploading your personal identification number or credit card details to a website or mobile app, you may just simply upload your images into Google Photos where it’s safely stored. Once you have selected the image of your choice, you will then have to enter the amount that you want to pay using the app. You will receive an email notification after payment has been made successfully. This means that you do not need to provide your personal information each time you want to make a payment online; all you will be required is an image of your choice that will serve as payment for the item(s.
The system of payment using images is not a new concept as other companies like Chewy and Pinterest allows users to pay using images but not in real time unlike Google Photos and Stripe. These companies use their data as currency rather than images so as soon as you make payment using Pinterest or Chewy, you will no longer have access to the data (images. as it is taken off your account immediately. But with Google Photos and Stripe, the images are safe and will remain on your account as long as you want them to be there.
With the integration of Stripe into Google Photos, users can now pay for their products and services using images instead of cash or credit cards therefore reducing the rate of fraudulent activities such as identity theft and also cutting down on transaction costs since there are no third party intermediaries invpved in the process. Users can also track their financial transactions easily and securely without having to worry about losing sensitive information such as credit card numbers or bank account details. Another benefit of integrating Stripe into Google Photos is that users can create reports after making payments using images if they need to analyze their spending habits for instance. With a simple click of the button, they can get all the necessary information regarding income and expenses associated with every purchase they make online using Google Photos and Stripe thus saving time and effort in other areas of their lives. This is because most companies never offer this kind of service when it comes to tracking expenses. They only allow you access your financial records once per month even if you request for them earlier during peak seasons like Christmas hpidays if say you are planning ahead on how much money you intend to spend on gifts for loved ones or relatives that live far away from you. What makes it even better is that you can integrate this service into both existing websites as well as mobile apps which makes it very convenient for internet users worldwide and also saves them a great deal of time and effort when it comes to tracking down their expenses or income each month or year depending on what they wish to analyze.
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