in-app-purchase - A Node.js module for in-App-Purchase for iOS, Android, Amazon and Windows.

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A node.js module for in-app purchase (in-app billing) and subscription for Apple, Google Play, Amazon Store, Roku, and Windows. NOTE Unity receipt supports the following: Apple, Google Play, and Amazon.

http://iap.gracenode.org
https://github.com/voltrue2/in-app-purchase

Dependencies:

jwt-simple : 0.5.1
request : 2.88.0
xml-crypto : 0.10.1
xmldom : 0.1.19

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