Square Reader SDK lets you take in-person payments with Square hardware
Square checkout systems can now have custom interfacesIf you're a regular at a coffee shop or some other small business that uses Square's checkout system, you've seen the same gray-and-white screens - tip, signature, receipt - over and over and over.
Square announces new tools for its move upmarketSquare Inc. said Thursday that it would start opening up its hardware to developers for the first time, a move intended to help the company attract larger enterprises as clients.
Square now lets developers use its Reader to build custom checkout experiencesSquare, the company you know from your favorite coffee shop's checkout counter, is opening up its Reader hardware to developers. Using the new Square Reader SDK, developer swill be able to build their own custom checkout and point of sale experiences, no matter wether that's a self-orde...
Square now lets other apps easily accept payments with new Reader SDKSquare is opening up its payment processing tools to developers for the first time now thanks to its new Square Reader SDK. Square's new software development kit lets third-party apps integrate with Square Reader hardware so vendors can accept payments in their own apps while still benefiting from Square's card readers.
Square opens platform to third-party developers to create new payment experiences - Marketing LandToday, Square announced the Square Reader SDK that lets developers build new payment experiences and workflows for specific audiences and industries. With the new toolset, developers can offer customized payment solutions that incorporate internal or third-party tools and systems, such as inventory management or CRM.
$27 billion Square is letting developers hack on its famous card readers as it looks to the next stage of its growth27 billion payments company Square has launched the Square Reader SDK, which lets developers build apps that integrate with its payments hardware. It means that customers can use Square hardware and services to accept payments, without having to use its software.
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