Hi everybody. I’m Leah, this is Pete. We’re here to check out the Clover Go today. Leah, this should be a pretty brief video.
Clover Go is our simplest model. Very quick and easy to set up so you’re taking payments in no time. So give me some background. Is this good for say a restaurant owner? A hot dog stand, maybe. Clover Go just isn’t meant for high-traffic businesses. So I’d lean more towards your church bake sale, craft show, locksmith or any business that needs to take payments on the go when the need arises. It’s really not meant for your wild lunch rush. I like the size of it. It’s very compact -almost pocket-sized, but I can’t imagine checking out an entire line of customers with this. Yeah, you nailed it. Your lunch rush folks would not be happy. Clover Go actually connects via bluetooth. No wires to deal with here. It’s also compatible with the latest Android and Apple smart devices. And you can download the Clover Go app free of charge from the Apple and Android app stores. So that sounds pretty easy. How do you actually take payments with it? The way I like to describe it, is the Clover Go is like having a miniature digital cash register right on your smart phone. So simply ring up items on the Clover Go app and then all you do is swipe, insert card or tap to take contactless payments all through that little battery-powered device. So it’s battery-powered? How long does the battery last? It can handle usually about a hundred card payments on a single charge. I almost forgot, if you really want to get fancy you can purchase this optional charging cradle. This is a great option if you want to use Clover Go behind a countertop, or at a table. So this won’t die on me and say the middle my bake sale? No, no, no your pastries and cakes are safe. A couple more things, Clover Go can operate in offline mode, which means you can continue to take payments, even if you have no connectivity. And of course you can email and text those bake sale receipts all day long. So is there anything else that we should know? No, that about covers it. Clover Go really is our simplest model and we like to keep it that way. Well, thanks for the rundown and thanks everybody for joining.