Payment for Stripe 4+

POS and credit card charges

PocketVendor Inc

Designed for iPad

    • 4.8 • 6.9K Ratings
    • Free



Ditch the card reader; Tap to Pay on iPhone is finally here!

In the past 8 years, Payment for Stripe has processed more than all other Stripe-based mobile payment apps combined.

As soon as you connect your new or existing Stripe account, Payment starts working for you. App sales pass right through to your Stripe Dashboard, so collecting payments via Stripe is faster and easier than ever before.

With Tap to Pay on iPhone and Payment, you can accept all types of in-person, contactless payments, right on your iPhone — no extra readers or hardware needed.

With support for the entire Stripe Terminal suite of card readers you now have several options for collecting payments: Stripe M2 Reader, BBPOS Chipper 2X BT, BBPOS WisePOS e, BBPOS WisePad 3 and the Verifone P400.

Sell your one-time products or enroll customers in recurring subscriptions directly from the app. Already have products setup in your Stripe account? They’ll automatically display in the app without any extra effort.

An easy interface that you can hand to your customer for them to add pre-calculated, percentage-based tips or sales taxes and service fees.

Easily attach any customer information to any charge, email a receipt, add shipping information or even verify their billing information.

Save money with no monthly fees, minimums or limits. Only a very small 1.2% fee is collected on every charge, which means you can use the app as much or as little as you need. You aren't locked into any subscription pricing.

Don’t want to give out your Stripe credentials? Add team members and supply a create-charges-only version of the app to your employees, volunteers or staff.

The Payment app is safe, secure and does not store or share any of your financial or account data.

Payment for Stripe works with most ecommerce storefronts. Any storefront that utilizes Stripe for payments can work seamlessly with Payment. This includes some of the larger ecommerce platforms like Squarespace, Shopify, Bigcommerce, BigCartel, Weebly and WooCommerce.

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What’s New

Version 12.5.5

Presents more specific charge decline error messaging for faster triage

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
6.9K Ratings

6.9K Ratings

Mr Aira ,

So far so good

I like stripe they are the best of square PayPal any of those.
I haven’t had anything happen to me that I’d assume a reason to not like it as some of these companies seem to not like you if you’re not making them enough money. Stripe I’ve used off an on here and there and they are picking up slack where others lost my respect. The camera feature makes capturing credit cards easy without a reader very happy!

eli rain ,

Best pricing but worst for product management

The fees and payouts are better than anything else I found, and this is easy to connect to a reader and use. My issue is that I can’t modify products. If I want to change a price, I have to make a new product. If I want to change a description or name, I have to make a new product. Payment on my Samsung tablet also doesn’t show the product names, so when I go back to update my inventory, I have to keep a separate log. It’s hard for my assistant and me to keep track.

JessnMoe ,

Great Start for Great Tech for Small Biz!!!

I run a pizza joint where the business model is car-side service and when I found out that Apple was collaborating with Stripe Payments…I was THRILLED over the concept! Now using it for my business, if the developers can make a quick transition to Apple Pay to Manuel/Screen Shot Pay and allow the transaction user to input exact tip amount rather than a tip percentage scale…this app would be FIRE for small restaurants!!! Keep up the tech n Cheers!

App Privacy

The developer, PocketVendor Inc, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Location

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Financial Info
  • Contact Info
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics
  • Other Data

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


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