Square is the free point-of-sale app that lets you sell anywhere and any way your customers want to buy. You can run your business more safely with contactless and remote payments through the Point of Sale app.
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Square is a mobile payment provider. It lets merchants accept credit card payments by using a readers that attach to smartphones or tablets, creating a portable checkout stand. It has created an incredibly successful and easy-to-use service for small businesses and has been called the “world’s smallest bank” (Kiviat. because of its ability to run credit card transactions without having to pay any bank fees.
Google Photos is a cloud storage service that allows users to upload their photos and videos into an online space where they can be accessed from any device with internet access. Users can search through the library of photos and videos, and share them as desired. Google Photos was released in May 2015 as part of the Google Apps suite of services.
Why integrate Square and Google Photos? This integration would allow users to upload their images to their Google Photos account from their Square Reader app. This would allow users to access and organize all of their images in one place, whether on a computer or in the app when connected to the internet.
This integration would allow users to upload their images to their Google Photos account from their Square Reader app. This would allow users to access and organize all of their images in one place, whether on a computer or in the app when connected to the internet. Benefits. The benefit of this integration is that photos are not only stored in one location, but also organized and tagged. This would make it easy for users to find particular pictures in a large library, especially ones taken at events with many attendees or multiple sessions of a shoot. It would also allow users who don’t already have Google Drive to have increased storage for image storage.
An immediate increase in previously unused storage space for pictures. When uploading pictures taken on your camera, you would be able to choose which storage location you want them to go to – Google Photos or your phone’s storage space. If you are out taking photos with your smartphone and run out of internal storage, you can add more storage in your Google Photos account for free. And if you run out of Google Drive space, you can always purchase more space for a reasonable price. You can have all of your photos organized into fpders based on date taken, location taken, and other tags that you may want to add to your files. This makes it easier to search for files later on. You can make use of photo editing features already available in Google Photos, like filters, auto-enhance, and even cropping. This is potentially useful for editing photos after you’ve uploaded them from your camera, or for adding filters before sharing them. You can share photos directly from Google Photos with clients or friends through private links that will expire after a certain amount of time. This could be useful if you want to share private photos with others, like when working with clients or family members. You can also share photos publicly through Google Photos, where they will show up on your Google+ profile if you have linked your accounts. This could be useful if you want to share a bunch of pictures with people who don’t yet fplow you on social media platforms.
The integration of Square and Google Photos would provide several benefits to both users and business owners who use Square services. It would provide additional functionality that makes it easier for users to organize, find, and edit pictures they take with their smartphones. It would also provide another avenue for businesses to increase revenue by allowing users to upload photos directly through their Square Reader app and then automatically uploading them into a cloud storage service, which could potentially be set up as an option during the Square setup process so that new customers could have it enabled right away.
Kiviat, Larry. “Square Mobile Payments Has Made $5 Billion In Transactions Since 2010.” Business Insider. Business Insider Inc., 1 July 2015. Web. 06 Oct. 2016. <http://www.businessinsider.com/square-mobile-payments-company-ipo-2015-7>.
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