The help page is focused on how to solve typical Point of Sale (POS) related use-cases within TabShop. Examples are how to define your own product stock lists, how to checkout and print an invoice and how to change the appearance of your TabShop Android Point of Sale system.
The help page will grow in terms of content over the next couple of weeks and cover more and more use-cases for mobile cashiers.
TabShop began in 2012, when it was first published in Google Play store. Back then, I could not imagine how popular this Android application would become.
Now, 8 years later TabShop POS will reach 500K overall downloads, with hundreds of shops using TabShop day by day worldwide.
The app came a long way, adding feature after feature and battling with competitors such as Square POS for place one in Android Play Store year over year.
Recently, TabShop returned to its original single app strategy and removed the PRO version from Pay Store. Instead in-app upgrade to PRO mode is offered directly within the application. This allows users a more seamless conversion between free and Pro version without switching the app.
The free Android POS app TabShop still is offered without any annoying advertisements in free forever mode.
To celebrate the 500.000 TabShop downloads, we created a new intro video.