Last modified: August 31, 2013
By: Sean Murray
It’s okay, not great. The biggest downside is the ugly interface, which gives the impression that the software functionality must also be subpar. While that does not appear to be the case, it certainly is a distraction during the POS experience.
White borders, mismatching shapes, and overpowering Quick Key instructions:
Description: POS system for Apple computers. Not actually made by Apple.
Reviewed by: Sean Murray
Product Reviewed: MacPOS
Date published: 12/13/2011
2 out of 5 stars
Sean Murray is the founder of Merchant Processing Resource, the co-founder of the Merchant Cash Advance forum, DailyFunder.com, the developer of the first Merchant Cash Advance industry iPhone and Android apps, and a moderator of the Small Business community on Google+. Learn more about his Merchant Cash Advance background on LinkedIn or follow him on Google+.
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