BillGuard, the TechCrunch Disrupt NY 2011 runner-up offering credit and debit card users protection against fraudulent charges, is today formally announcing its integration with Lemon’s digital wallet application. The integration was actually soft-launched a couple of weeks ago, where it appears to users as a toggle switch beneath any supported credit or debit card stored in Lemon’s wallet. → Read More
Lemon, the makers of a mobile wallet application for iPhone and Android, is today launching its developer platform, cleverly called “Lemonade.” The “ADE” stands for “Application Development Engine,” and it represents the first initiative from the company to open up its platform to third-party developers. With Lemon’s new API, app developers, merchants and brands will be able to use the wallet… → Read More
Mobile wallet platform Lemon released an Android application and a Smarter Wallet Business Plan today.
The company, which launched in late 2011 and recently raised $8 million in Series A, claims that over two million customers have used Lemon’s mobile wallet platform. The wallet only launched last month, yet they claim over half a million credit cards have been scanned. → Read More
Today sees the formal launch of Lemon, a free cloud-based receipt organizer and spending tracker for Android and iOS devices (Blackberry and Windows Phone versions ‘coming soon’). The service lets users store and organize email and paper receipts in the cloud to help them keep track of purchases, eliminate clutter and start spending smarter. → Read More