iPad POS apps
Anyone have any experience with running iPad Point-of-sale apps? Our family runs a food trailer a part of our business, and some of the fairs are requiring registers next year. We'd like to maximize our counter space and using iPads rather than traditional registers seem like a much better choice. Don't need cash registers or even to be able to process CC's, just a way to track what we sell and show it to the fair every day. Looking for any tips, tricks, specific apps, etc.
I know there is a paypal device that you can swipe credit cards for POS situations.
I looking into it at the moment, there is an app download with the device also
that works as a paypal on site
also back to basics you can just use the note pad to mark down what you have sold and then screen capture and send it to the people
So the Square POS system.... not secure
you can hack it with a basic smartphone
as a merchant, you can be liable for up to 20,000 in restitution
there are a few other companies who make them tooo
First Date (secured, but slightly higher fees)
Paypal (secured, but i dont think its released yet)
If you just want to have a list of what you sell... would a notebook work?
1 _____ $5
1 _____ $3
the idea from the fair to track this is cool...
making it easy to decipher at the end of the day could be tricky
idk im subscribin cuz i wanna know your outcom on this :D
there is a youtube clip where a guy hacks one to show how easy it is....
I searched google for hacks and everything I found was not something targeting a merchant but, rather misusing the square device as a card skimmer, etc.
Your comments lead me to believe that If I were a merchant using square- that somehow a hacker would be able to exploit my square device / software to take advantage of me, or my customers.
Are you referring to the hacking part because the card's info can be represented by a Audio tone and thus easy to skim?
oh hey, someone finally responded! haha
Square doesn't really work for us, because we're all cash, credit cards are an extra fee/take too long/more hassle/take your pick. We may tack it on at some point, but it just eats into our profits, and we have very few people who want to pay with a card, then walk away when they can't.
Notebook doesn't work either because the whole point of the registers from the fair's standpoint is to have a list of what we sold, so they make sure we're paying the correct percentage to them, not skimming off the top. Obviously it's pretty easy to cheat the system with a register as well, but that's how they want it.
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