The answers to some of the more common questions on MacPOS are outlined below.
No, all information including the app is on your Mac's hard drive. However, MacPOS does use the internet for credit card processing and checking for updates.
No, it's your choice to buy a lifetime license or a subscription plan.
A lifetime license does not expire and you'll be eligible for free updates for a minimum of one year. Updates can be purchased as required after that.
Yes we do. You can subscribe by the month or year.
You can also purchase a lifetime license will no recurring fees. With the subscription plan you receive the latest version free of charge and priority support throughout the term of your subscription.
Yes it does. There are currently no known issues with MacPOS and macOS 10.13
If you're intending on updating to the latest OS, please check with us prior to updating. Apple does not always release bug free upgrades or a hardware driver you use has not been updated or released.
No, MacPOS software only works on a Mac running OS X 10.7 - macOS 10.13
However, you can use SKYePOS and run on any device (a subscription required). Visit https://skyepos.com for more info.
MacPOS works only with WorldPay/Vantiv to provide the highest level of security for credit card processing. Using WorldPad removes the point-of-sale software from the scope of PCI-DSS regulations and ensures card information will not be breached. We are adding support for additional processors in a future update. WorldPay will match or beat the existing rates you pay.
Yes, you can use your existing credit card terminal with MacPOS. However, they will not be integrated together. You need to enter the amount due into the terminal, swipe the card and then upon approval, click the appropriate payment button in MacPOS indicating it was paid. It operates separately and the clerk is the integrator. Save paper, save time and more importantly, save money and enroll with WorldPay/Vantiv.