Following in the footsteps of tech giants large and small, consumer and enterprise, Square is throwing open the digital doors its own App Marketplace.
The payments platform provider is touting the one-stop shop to merchants as a hub for finding relevant apps not only from Square itself but also other business applications tailored to work with Square.
On the flip side, developers can also bring their apps to Square sellers.
Some of the integrated apps come from the likes of Intuit QuickBooks, Xero, Stitch Labs, IFTTT, TaxJar, SumAll, Fresh KDS, Shopseen, and ShipStation.
Specifically, these apps are supposed to work with Square Register, the company's cornerstone point-of-sale platform for.
Although Square might be most closely associated with the iconic white dongle, enabling credit card payments via smartphones and tablets, this cloud-based platform is increasingly become the San Francisco firm's money ticket on.
Square has been consistently bolstering Register from a myriad of angles over the last several months,, , and .
All the while, Square has beenabout a potential sale or merger with the likes of Apple or Google while also trying to .
Nevertheless, Square continues to grow online and off, including with a major investment of its own earlier this year when it opened a new office along one of the most retail-heavy streets in Manhattan -- and just one mile from Wall Street.
The Square App Marketplace is now live and open for business.
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