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Stunning iOS-PocketTouch update

ICRTouch have released a major update for PocketTouch, with a whole new look and improved functionality. PocketTouch is available from the iOS Appstore, bringing the iOS version of PocketTouch right up to date. To download this simply visit the iOS Appstore on your iPad or iPhone, search for PocketTouch and hit install. You will need to contact one of our nationwide ICRTouch partners to puchase a license for the beautiful handheld food and drinks ordering pad which sends orders through to your TouchPoint EPoS system. 

PocketTouch is paper-free food and drinks ordering software available on the popular iPad and iPhone Apple devices as well as any android device. Take payments at the table and send information from table to chef in seconds, improve service times and reduce mistakes.

PocketTouch has a new look and feel to it with added user display options such as curved buttons with gradient fill. You will find PocketTouch to have a clear, pretty and informative layout offering colour-coded text. PocketTouch has adopted a new graphics engine and has been tenderly revamped, resulting in a smooth and enjoyable user experience.

Pinch, rotate and zoom controls make navigation easy on PocketTouch in either landscape or portrait. The floor plan now contains live data from the TouchPoint till, colour coding and table summary.

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PocketTouch

ICRTouch's PocketTouch is the professional paper-free way to take food and drinks orders. This revolutionary EpoS software for hand-held devices has been designed and developed specifically for the hospitality and catering industry. 

Install of 30 PocketTouch at Watford FC

The current EPoS solution was hard to use, and resulted in frequent bill queries throughout an event - tieing up staff and slowing down service. After witnessing how the system was used during matchday, the commercial director immediately called in