The in-app purchase experience for a customer (XAML)
This topic describes how an in-app purchase looks to a customer.
For your customer, an in-app purchase starts when your app prompts the user with the available offers. When you design your app, you decide where you want to present offers for in-app purchases based on the nature of your app and the offers.
When the customer picks a product to purchase from your app, the Windows.ApplicationModel.Store queries the Store for the current info.
Then it displays the confirmation prompt.
The description that the confirmation prompt displays is the description that you entered in the Description page for the in-app product. For more info about this description, see What to include in your app's description.
After the customer clicks Yes, the customer must sign in to their Microsoft account to confirm their identity. The customer must do this for each in-app product to prevent fraudulent and unintentional purchases.
After the purchase and the customer's identity have been confirmed, payment for the product is processed using the customer's default payment method. The customer configures their default payment method in their Store settings.
And, the transaction completes. The customer returns to their app after they click Close.