The iEMVPay reader is the newest model available from ePN for mobile processing. The reader allows you to take traditional magnetic stripe credit and debit cards or new EMV chip cards with the same device, unlike the original magstripe-only model.
The ePN Mobile credit card reader is an option for taking cards when your business is on the road. It works with both Android and Apple devices, and you can even add optional accessories like cash drawers, external printers, and barcode scanners.
First Data Mobile Pay is exactly what it sounds like: a mobile payment option available from First Data. That doesn’t mean you need to work with First Data directly to use, but you do need to work with a payment processing company that is compatible with First Data.
** As of February 18, 2016, Flint is no longer offering credit card processing services. We will update this profile as more information becomes available. **
Accounting software company FreshBooks offers an EMV-capable mobile reader for businesses that want to take payments using a smartphone or tablet.
The iCharge mobile card reader is a headphone jack card reader originally designed to compete with Square in the European market. No longer limited to Europe, it works with the SwipeSimple app and lets you accept credit cards wherever you are, using your smartphone or tablet.
IDTech's VivoPay UniPay III is the model that allows you to take three different payment technologies with one mobile reader. Easily and securely accept traditional magnetic stripe credit and debit cards, new EMV chip cards, and contactless (NFC) technologies like Apple Pay and other digital wallets.
The Ingenico iCMP is a device for use with smartphones and tablets to take credit and debit cards on the go.
The Ingenico RP170c card reader accepts magnetic stripe credit cards and contactless payments, but does not support EMV chip cards.
Ingenico’s RP350x mobile card reader when used with the ROAMpay app lets you accept magnetic stripe, EMV chip credit cards, and cash transactions.