Braintree offers a few options when accepting PayPal payments. Choose whether you would like to use our Drop-in UI or a custom integration. Learn more about differences between these integrations.
When adding PayPal to your integration, you can choose between our Vault and Checkout flows. The Vault flow will save the payment method for later reference, and Checkout is for one-time payments when you do not want to save the payment method. Below is a comparison of the two options:
|Compatibility||iOS, Android, Web, and supported countries||iOS, Android, Web, and supported countries|
|PayPal One Touch™||iOS, Android, and Web||iOS, Android, and Web|
|PayPal Credit||Not supported||Not supported|
|Shipping address selector||Supported||Supported|
|Funding instrument selector||Supported||Supported|
|Recurring billing||Supported||Not supported|
|Customer login||Customers must log in once; subsequent payments will not require a login||Customers must log in each time they choose to pay with PayPal, unless they have approved One Touch™ payments|
|Device data||Must collect and submit device data on non-recurring transactions created from the Vault||Device data is automatically included with each transaction|
PayPal One Touch™ is a feature that improves the PayPal buying experience for customers and merchants alike. Available for both native mobile apps and on the web, customers paying via One Touch™ minimize the number of taps and times they are required to enter their user IDs and passwords for future purchases.
Choosing this option enables One Touch™ payments. The next time the customer returns to your site and chooses to pay with PayPal, they will bypass the login step and be automatically taken to a review screen. In addition, if the customer had previously chosen to pay via One Touch™ on any other merchant's site, they would bypass the login step while going through your checkout flow.
As a standard feature, PayPal One Touch™ is available to eligible merchants in all countries that we support and to customers in 140+ countries.