Mobile integration types: Native SDK and WebView

Optimize mobile experience: Choose between Native SDK and WebView integrations for seamless Ramp integration.

Updated over a week ago

If your focus is on a mobile-first application, and you're inclined towards a mobile integration, fret not - we have a solution for you as well. We provide comprehensive support for mobile platforms.

Ramp's mobile integrations are categorized into two main options: Native and WebView. Both of these integration types require a degree of familiarity with mobile development practices.

Native Overlay (RECOMMENDED)



  • Best UX

  • You can track your integration data

  • Users don’t leave your app

For those aiming to enhance the dependability of their mobile applications, we offer native mobile SDKs that ensure a robust implementation of Ramp on Android or iOS devices.

Similar to the web integration choices mentioned earlier, native mobile integrations can be presented as overlays or seamlessly embedded within your app.

WebView (browser-based)



  • Staggered user experience

  • Users leave your app for a mobile browser

In this integration type, the Ramp widget is displayed on a browser window that loads inside your app in a similar fashion to the hosted web option above - and sharing the same drawbacks.

WebView-based integrations are available for iOS and Android apps.

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