The Good e-Reader Store is your online destination for all of the latest ebook readers and accessories. We are authorized distributors for Bookeen, Boyue, Pocketbook and Onyx Boox. Over the course of the past few years we have always accepted all major credit cards and PAYPAL for our customers from all over the world. Today, we are proud to unveil official support for Apple Pay, Google Pay and Microsoft Pay.
You can place orders using Google Pay from the Google Chrome internet browser for MAC/Android/PC. As long as you are logged into Chrome and have a credit card attached to your Google Account, you can now use Google Pay for pay for orders.
Customers can use the Safari internet browser on iOS 10 devices or macOS Sierra to place orders on Good e-Reader. You can easily pay for e-readers, cases, screen protectors or anything else that is available and pay for it using your Apple Account. This makes the entire buying process streamlined and robust.
You can use Microsoft Pay to request any credit or debit card stored in your Microsoft account. There are no additional fees to process Microsoft Pay payments, and the pricing is the same as other card transactions.
Apple Pay, Google Pay and Microsoft Pay are three new payment systems unveiled today on the Good e-Reader Store. These three systems make buying products very easy, since all of your billing information and payment information is already on your mobile device or kept in your internet browser. Good e-Reader does not keep any payment data on our servers or personal data from your mobile device. All payment information, such as debit or credit cards are stored with Stripe, who is our payment processor.
As always, whenever you place an order with Good e-Reader and you create a customer account, you can receive email notifications or SMS when your devices have been shipped out and can track them through our network of shipping companies such as DHL, FEDEX, USPS, Canada Post, or Japan Post.
Michael Kozlowski is the Editor in Chief of Good e-Reader. He has been writing about audiobooks and e-readers for the past ten years. His articles have been picked up by major and local news sources and websites such as the CNET, Engadget, Huffington Post and Verge.