QuickBooks GoPayment is a free mobile point of sale app that allows you to take payments on the go. Using GoPayment is easy - just sign up with your QuickBooks, TurboTax or Mint account information or create an account to get started.
With our Bluetooth enabled mobile card readers you can accept magstripe and EMV chip debit and credit cards, along with Apple Pay, Google Pay and Samsung Pay. Even without the reader you can use the mobile app to take all payment types - cash, check, or card - to track each sale transaction. Start accepting payments right away with no upfront costs or hidden fees - just pay 2.4% + $0.25 per card transaction.
Easily accept mobile payments on goods, services and invoices - anytime, anywhere. Transactions automatically reconcile with QuickBooks for hassle-free bookkeeping.
Receive a free mobile credit card reader. New users get a free mobile card reader with built-in fraud protection. Pick the reader that best fits your business needs. The reader accepts Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express debit and credit cards.
GoPayment is made by Intuit, the maker of QuickBooks, TurboTax, and Mint. Your privacy is important to us, learn more about how Intuit protects your data.
Privacy Link: https://security.intuit.com/index.php/privacy
Developer Website: https://quickbooks.intuit.com/payments/mobile-payments/
Order A Card Reader: https://quickbooks.intuit.com/payments/readers/
Compatibility: Compatible with iPhone and iPad on iOS 9.3.5 or later
Terms, conditions, pricing, features, service and support are subject to change without notice. Mobile card reader is a standalone, optional device. New, approved GoPayment merchant accounts eligible for one (1) free. Free unit is applicable towards the lowest cost mobile card reader available at the time of redemption, through Intuit, and must be redeemed within 90 days of account open. To see all available mobile readers, or to purchase additional devices go here: https://quickbooks.intuit.com/payments/readers/
- Minor bug fixes and improvements.
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First and only card reader
I’ve been using GoPayment for three seasons as a mobile kettle corn vendor. Credit card purchases are a small percentage of my sales but it’s growing. The reader and app work really well for a business like mine that is serving customers in some very unique locations. I’ve had credit card processing companies try to get my business but they can’t beat the performance and value that Intuit has built into GoPayment. I recommend GP without hesitation or reservation.
Go payments does not interact w qb’s??
We use go payments app at our business .. I just notice (duh ). That when we do a sales receipt w the app (go payments ) I can see it on my app on iPhone however (no sales receipt #).. then have to go on my desktop w online to create a receipt so it can be counted w my sales.. ???? How is this ?? I do not have the info to see anything about the sales ( like description of sales etc..) so I go payment w q.b to import and make a receipt.... why?? Why can the go payment app or info generate the sales as in the app on phone ?? Too much go back and forth w this quick books stuff.. we have use quick book for 7 years and is the worst app// online account info software ever!!! I call and even got a kelly person (after I call and complained to BBB )from the corporate headquarters to solve some issues with the credit card display error .. still not working correctly she hasn’t called me over a month and now the merchant service of intuit is messing up ... crazy crazy.. not a good software and the customer service reads from a book w no solution when one spends hours on the phone w them ... like I said now the merchant service is charging twice or declines a cards the like minutes the cards is expected!!!! I call after 2 hours ( nice girl Tried ) she sent a trouble shooting information so we can do it!!! Really!!!:(. The BBB and the Merchant compliance people are going to hear my voice my complaints..
Holding out hope
I recently opened a salon loft where I rent a space and this was the program they have a contract with. Everything was working seamlessly until I had my accountant link her account with mine so she could handle my books. That’s when it went all down hill. I lost all my previous recipes and inventory and the only answers we got from quickbooks customer service (after 2 hours on the phone) was to screen shot all of my info so we could MANUALLY enter everything all over again. Fine. Only was a months worth of receipts. Next issue was I went to check out a client and my whole app had changed. No longer a tip option. No longer a way for me to turn on the sales tax as previously available. Call customer service and they have never seen this happen to the GoPayment app. Go figure I get to be the case that tests their product to the max. So 3 hours on the phone, sending screen shots while I’m working on clients. To end up with no solution and they have to have their team look into it on Monday. So far it has screwed up how simple it was to check out clients let alone the hundreds of products I have to re enter. I HOPE they can fix this because I was loving the app. But I fear I might have to look into other options and something that can actually sync with an appointment booking app.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.