SumUp Card Reader allows you to accept credit cards in person, cheaply and without fuss. Our review looks at costs, features and more.
Intuit's GoPayment is a card reader-and-app solution integrated with your online QuickBooks tools. Are fees too high considering the limiting app?
SumUp Pro is a pocket-sized credit card reader for small businesses. How does it work and what are the costs? We tested the terminal.
Square offers invaluable tools for US merchants, but does it live up to the hype? We review terminals, features and more.
PayPal card readers can be handy for online and face-to-face merchants alike, but it's not for for everyone. What are the pros and cons?
Payanywhere offers pay-as-you-go card readers, POS tools and online payments - but customer service and fees are not as clear-cut.
What is Stripe Terminal? It extends your online Stripe payments to the point of sale. Choose between two card readers and customize your checkout.
Square Terminal is an all-in-one card machine with touchscreen, receipt printer and checkout features in one device. Is it good enough for the price?
What makes Clover Go complicated? Is it worth the merchant account and monthly costs? Let's find out.
Update: Amazon Register was discontinued in February 2016, so this review is no longer updated and the information will be out of date. For current card readers in the US, read about Square and the alternatives. Our rating Amazon's POS [...]
UPDATE: Flint has been discontinued, so this review is no longer updated and will be out of date. From our reports, Flint shut down its processing in early February 2017. Customers are referred to Stripe, Square and similar alternatives. Sometimes, even the smallest smartphone accessories can be far away just [...]
UPDATE: T-Mobile shut down Mobile Money on 27 July 2016, so this review is no longer updated and will be out of date. While T-Mobile never revealed any customer data, it did not seem to generate a lot of enthusiasm and traction with customers. The company said in a statement [...]