Turn Your Windows 8, Windows 10 Device Into a Mobile Credit Card Terminal
Your Windows 8 or Windows 10 tablet or device can become a mobile credit card terminal with the right app, read below to find how you can do it
When credit cards first came along they were regarded as the best thing that ever happened: our money was safe, we never had any issues with carrying lots of bills or coins along with us and they were very convenient. Nowadays, the credit card is slowly but surely integrated into mobile device. This way, we move closer to a smartphone or tablet that can help us do anything.
Although the concept isn’t new and its features are already know from the other mobile apps that we can use to pay anything with, this Windows 8, Windows 10 app offers its users lots of features and a high level of security, so they can transform their Windows 8, Windows 10 devices into credit card terminals.
CC Terminal for Windows 8, Windows 10
The app is very straightforward, offering the possibility to add as many credit cards to your account as you want and manage them as you see fit. You can make payments from within the app very easily thanks to its simple system of payment.
For using the app you will need a registered account, but afterward, the process is fairly simple. Adding the credit cards can be done in two ways: you can manually enter the details of the credit card, or, if you own a credit card reader, you can attach it to your device and scan the credit card. Also, the app allows you to add your own signature, that can be written via a touchscreen, digital pen or mouse.
After all the information is entered, you can just go about your day and when the opportunity arises for you to make a payment, you can simply create a new transfer and fill all the necessary information. This is how simple it is! Also, the app will record where each transaction is made and it will keep a record of all transactions on the main screen.
Although the app is very useful, we would recommend to not let anyone see your password and be careful who you lend your phone or mobile device to. This app contains sensitive security and although the app itself is pretty safe, you must be very careful. Overall the app is very useful and its user interface is responsive and fast, exactly what you would expect from a banking/finance app.
CreditCard Terminal alternative
You can also think about other apps that may serve you as a credit card terminal: Credit Card Reader (mobile only). Even if it doesn’t support your PC, it works like a charm on Windows mobile devices. It has some interesting features as:
- Calculates tax rate
- Allow customers to include tip
- Export data to Excel
- Next day funding
You can find more information about this app on its Microsoft Store download page.
READ ALSO: 5 best credit card reader software
Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in December 2012 and has been since revamped and updated for freshness, accuracy, and comprehensiveness. We want to be sure that our list has the best products that will fit your needs.
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