Four top mobile POS systems
The mobile POS system is increasing every day. More businesses are using the mobile POS systems because it embraces cashless payments. Here we will discuss the top four mobile POS systems available today. Let’s start:
- PayPal can be used with Android, windows, iPhone, and iPad mobile devices. It doesn’t require any monthly or contract fee. PayPal also offers another service called the PayPal Here. The PayPal Here provides businesses with a very easy method of accepting payments. PPH (PayPal Here) is a very good mobile POS for businesses who have a PayPal business account. However, if you don’t use PayPal for your business, you can still use PPH to take NFC, debit, credit, and even accept PayPal payments on your phone.
- Sell on Etsy. Sell on Etsy can be used with Android, iPhone, and iPad. It also doesn’t require any monthly fee. However, to use Sell on Etsy, you have to open an Etsy online shop. Sell on Etsy is a very good way for crafters and artisans to accept mobile payments. Sell on Etsy also lets you run your online store right from the app.
- Square can be used with Android, iPhone, and iPad. It also doesn’t require a monthly or contract fee. Square mobile POS has so many great features including inventory management, an online store, invoicing, and an offline mode you can use to capture your credit card information even though you don’t have any internet access. It is very easy to get started with Square. This mobile POS is very great for food-service and small retail businesses. However, you can also use it for salon services, professional services, etc. square mobile POS is not that great for larger businesses, it is better for smaller businesses.
- Intuit GoPayment. Intuit GoPayment can be used with Android, iPhone, and iPad. It also doesn’t require any monthly or contract fee. Intuit GoPayment is the best mobile POS for QuickBooks diehards. Intuit GoPayments also has lots of features. It comes with a merchant account, which means it is assuring you of more account stability and reduced risks of funding SNAFUs. It also offers advanced features like branded emails and text messages receipts, invoicing, and the ability to process cards from a web browser through a virtual terminal. The mobile POS (Point of Sale) is very reasonable to have.
— MobileBytes (@MobileBytes) 25 de octubre de 2017
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