Software maker Zong has developed a mobile payment solution for Android, David Marcus, CEO of Zong told the New York Times on Wednesday.
The one-click mobile payment solution developed for Android-based smartphones is currently available as a beta. The trial version has already been distributed among selected developers.
Zong is already working with several internet organisations to provide solutions for carrier billing with customer's credit, debit or prepaid cards.
Google had not integrated such solutions into its Android OS, allowing companies such as Zong and Boku to create applications that cater to the emerging mobile payment market.
Zong has also predicted that, because of the current speed of growth, the Android Marketplace will surpass Apple's App store over the next few years.
Zong wishes to create a similar application for Apple's iPhone, but Apple the terms and conditions for developers do not allow it.