In line with the publication of the 51th production version of TabShop Retail Point of Sale App last week, TabShop was also submitted to the SAMSUNG 2013 App Challenge. Between September 5 and 30 November 2013 SAMSUNG opened an App challenge specifically for Galaxy Note HD Apps.
TabShop version 51 comes with some major improvements and a new possibility to add stock updates directly within the inventory screen. The sorting of items was improved and some extra reports were added within the daily Point of Sale business report.
TabShop, the popular Android Point of Sale App just reached 6500 downloads 5 month after its publishing. With Rank 96, TabShop jumped up under the Top 100 within the Google Play marketplace within the category of free business apps. TabShop will definitely keep up this progress and will jump over 10.000 downloads in August.
Today a new version of TabShop, the free Android based Point of Sale kiosk and restaurant app was published. This new version changed a lot of the initial design and introduces a new startup screen. A lot of the customer feedback was considered when this new version of TabShop Point of Sale app was implemented. Here is a small glimpse at the newly introduced start screen:
Today, the 14th bugfixed and enhanced release of the popular free Android Point of Sale App TabShop was released. This release features some enhancements that were reported by customers, such as improved checkout, return cash calculation, refund and cancel invoices as well as to redesign some parts of the user interface. EAN and QR-Code scan is now available through the main menu, as well as to checkout an invoice. Furthermore, the TabShop Point of Sale app now gives a good overview on a shops inventory by showing an inventory list.
TabShop now also supports an unlimited number of restaurant tables (=list of open invoices), to simplify the management of small restaurants.
The user interface of the Android TabShop POS invoice and shop keep system was further improved to better fit to smaller resolution devices, such as smartphones and small tablets.