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MacPOS 64bit

The update to 64bit MacPOS is a major rewrite and started from the ground up back in 2018.   Things were going well in late 2019 for a release sometime in 2020.  You all know what happened. We have designed it from the beginning to integrate with our cloud platform and not something added later.  MacPOS can also be used without the cloud integration. You can see parts of the new interface in the screenshot below. The ' Shopping Cart ' window is the main hub of MacPOS, with quick access to your products and customer information.  Much of this is subject to change as we refine the interface. We value input from our existing customers on the features that they would like to see in the new version and any help in the beta testing would be appreciated. Designed to run on macOS 10.14 and on the current 64bit macOS 12 Monterrey.  The Favorites window provides fast access to popular products that you can add with a click. Fast and Easy Reporting One-click integration with A

Future of MacPOS

*Update  March 12, 2022 We are working on a POS replacement for MacPOS that runs under 64bit macOS.   It might take another 6 months to get to a public release and there are few customers working with early beta versions to ensure it works with existing MacPOS databases.  This new version will be integrated with our Cloud platform mentioned below. - - - - -  The current v2021 MacPOS will not be updated to run on the 64bit macOS versions which include 10.15 and above. COVID was a nail in it's coffin and the development stopped on the new version.  We lost team members that were no longer able to work with us remotely and many of our customers had to close their doors permanently. The marketplace for a POS system built upon a desktop computer, ie... a Mac, these days is very small as compared to recent years.  Everyone wants a system they can use on their iPhone or iPads along with their Mac.  We are putting all of our concentration on our cloud platform, which supports a