SumUp Air is probably the cheapest card reader with mobile app, but what can you expect for the low fees?
Our rating PayPal Here is a respectable pay-as-you-go solution for face-to-face payments, but transaction fees are not that competitive. PayPal Here is PayPal's own card reader and app for in-person payments, with easy sign-up and no contract. The service is best for small businesses, but merchants [...]
Our rating Square card reader works with a free POS app and has competitive transaction fees. With no PIN pad, is it ideal for UK merchants? Square offers the first keypad-less card reader in the UK, which works with your smartphone or tablet. For just a [...]
Our rating This card reader solution from Barclays is okay, but not great. Barclaycard Anywhere is an acceptable mobile chip and PIN solution that works with an iPhone or Android device, but comes with downsides compared with the competition - including reliability issues with the [...]
Our rating The rates and app don't match other providers in the market. Launched as Elavon’s mobile solution for accepting cards, Elavon MobileMerchant provides a contract-free card machine that turns your mobile device into a point of sale. It is a pay-as-you-go solution that [...]
Intuit Pay was discontinued in December 2015, so details in this article are outdated and no longer updated. For current card readers, see Square vs SumUp vs iZettle. QuickBooks integrates with PayPal for online payments. If you are looking for a mobile credit card reader, then there [...]
The iZettle Pro Contactless card reader has been discontinued. iZettle now offers a newer model, called iZettle Reader, to all new customers. Its EPOS service for hospitality businesses is called iZettle Pro. After disrupting the European mPOS market with its free card reader Lite, mobile [...]