Dec 05, 2013 12:23 PM EST
Mobile readers for Android smartphones and tablets are card-swipe device for merchants in business. The traditional credit card swiper is different where the mobile device credit card reader is a more revolutionary option. Businesses today are increasing in the adoption of accepting payments through POS mobile credit card readers that attach to Android devices. There are many benefits to Android mobile card readers ranging from flexibility to ease of use.
Best Card Readers for Android:
Chase Paymentech Android credit card processing offers customized plans for the business. The Chase Mobile Checkout is a service currently only available within the United States. Android users and merchants can accept payments on the go. This is a free credit card reader. Chase offers next-day funding, security features and more.
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PayPal for Android features PayPal Here. Android merchants can use PayPal, checks, app invoices and track cash payments. PayPal offers pre-integrated mobile solutions. mPOS systems help manage business remotely.
Intuit GoPayment Card Reader
Intuit GoPayment Card Reader for Android is available at Google Play. Android devices are enabled to accept credit cards 24/7. The pricing options are convenient and accepting payments can begin in less than 15 minutes. Users simply have to download the application for install. Merchants will also receive a free card reader compatible with the Android smartphone or tablet. Customers sign with their finger and a personalized receipt can be sent by text or email Encrypts transactions, unlike many other card readers The app can add up to 50 users to the businesses account.
Merchant One for Android comes with a personalized account representative available to users 24 hours a day, everyday. The app allows users to process credit cards directly from their phone and offers many different solution options. Merchant One is currently one of the fastest growing businesses in the U.S. There are no hidden fees.
Square Register is available at Google Play. Square allows users to accept credit cards to Android devices from anywhere. The Square Register app accepts Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express. There are no month to month fees with the reader and the application is free. Credit card information is encrypted at swipe.
Today’s brick-and-mortar merchants are getting rid of their old POS systems and are replacing these systems with Android mobile card readers. PayPal is presently a U.S. mobile payment market leader. Competition with other companies such as Square and Intuit’s GoPayment applications continue to raise the bar. Intuit’s GoPayment reader transaction fee is only 2.7 percent per sale. Square charges a 2.75 percent fee and PayPal charges at 2.7 percent.
What Android card reader do you use for your business?
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