Point-of-sale maker ShopKeep today updated its main iPad application with assistance for Apple Pay, now allowing customers to pay with their iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus. Business could approve Apple Pay payments if they have a ShopKeep terminal and an Ingenico iCMP Bluetooth Credit history Card reader, which costs $$ 249 as well as assists mangetic swipe and contactless payments. The viewers will likewise be able to assist EMV chip card payments in the future.


Exactly what’s New in Version 2.5.2

Introducing support for Apple Pay.

ShopKeep has partnered with Ingenico, the global leader in safe electronic transactions, to integrate assistance for the iCMP card reader. This viewers enables merchants to accept numerous kinds of bank card payments, including magnetic swipe and contactless. This visitor additionally assists chip card (EMV) capacities, and assistance in the application will be readily available very early following year ahead of the liability shift due date.

ShopKeep’s step to approve Apple Pay comes a few weeks after repayment handling solution Square revealed that it would be assisting Apple Pay eventually in 2015. Square would have to release all brand-new hardware with integrated NFC connection to support Apple Pay, as its present visitor is unable to approve the payment technique.


iCMP’s Apple Pay capable Bluetooth visitor for ShopKeep POS systems

ShopKeep is a free application for the iPad and could be downloaded via the App Store. [Direct Link]feedflare”>

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