We’ve discussed the topic of text-to-give plenty of times in the past. Text codes are difficult to remember, and donors can’t easily track what they gave and when. Text to give simply is not among the best mobile giving solutions. So, what is? Browser giving apps are rising in popularity as a better option for out-of-church giving.
What is a browser giving app?
A browser giving app is an extension of your mobile giving app. It’s a URL or link that can be copied and pasted into a web browser like Safari, Chrome, or Firefox. The browser giving app is nearly identical to the mobile giving experience, donors simply give using their web browser.
How does my church use a browser giving app?
Because the browser giving app is a link, it can be shared virtually anywhere. The URL can be linked within your website, shared via email, or posted on your social media pages.
How can my church get a browser giving app?
Browser giving apps may have varying costs depending on the platform you use as a donation management partner. With Givelify, the addition of a browser giving app is offered at no additional cost the moment you sign up. If you’re already signed up with Givelify, you can find your browser giving app like this:
Whether you’re looking for an out-of-church texting solution or an easy way for your donors without smartphones to give, a browser giving app is the leading choice. Mobile giving is the future. Add a browser giving app to your mobile giving options today.