CHARGE Aywhere® LLC, a leading provider of award-winning mobile payment solutions and payment gateway services, announced the release of CHARGE Anywhere for iPhone®, a mobile payment application for iOS devices. The application can be downloaded directly from the Apple App Store.
"CHARGE Anywhere is excited to release our award-winning app on the iOS platform. We couldn't be more excited that our CHARGE Anywhere App is now running on the Apple Platform! Our Mobile Payment App can be downloaded on the iPhone, iPad and iTouch and allows business owners to accept credit cards for their business anywhere, anytime. Now, CHARGE Anywhere is making our feature-rich payment app more accessible by enabling businesses to complete cash and check sales with a free download,"
- Paul Sabella, CEO of CHARGE Anywhere
CHARGE Anywhere offers three Magnetic Stripe Readers (MSR); An audio jack MSR, a receipt printer with an integrated MSR and an MSR cradle. Signatures can be captured and receipts can be printed or be emailed to customers. Transactions processed via an iPhone can also be seamlessly uploaded into QuickBooks® through CHARGE Anywhere payment software designed for use with QuickBooks.
In addition to credit card payments, the CHARGE Anywhere mobile payment app can empower cash transactions, check transactions and ACH/echeck payments.
"With CHARGE Anywhere's App on your iPhone, sales will increase by enabling customers to pay their bills in multiple forms at the point-of-sale."
Dmitriy Lerman, Director of Marketing at CHARGE Anywhere
CHARGE Anywhere's mobile payment software and payment gateway solutions are supported by all major card processors in the US and Canada.
CHARGE Anywhere continues to win awards for its industry-leading multi-platform Smartphone payment solutions. CHARGE Anywhere's mobile payments solutions are winners of the 2010 CTIA E-Tech Awards in the Mobile Applications - Mobile Payments Category, the 2010 Mobile Merit Awards for Best Overall Enabler Application, the 2009 Best of Interop-PCI Security Solution Award and the 2009 Electronic Transaction Association Technology Innovation Award