August 21, 2012
The Salon Share app from Fill Your Chair is for salon professionals looking for efficient scheduling and timely notifications using the latest technology.
June 29, 2012
Does your salon have its own app yet? If not, perhaps you can take inspiration from the folks at Knoxville, Tenn.-based Salon Visage, who recently released the Visage Concierge application for iPhone/Android.
May 25, 2012
Created by English chain salon owner Tony Teano, a new iPhone app, titled The Daily Nail, offers tourists visiting England a quick and convenient way to find the nail salon nearest to their exact location
April 11, 2012
SalonSwipe has launched its free Card Reader and app for the iPhone, iPad, and Android phones.
March 19, 2012
Line2 adds a second line to your iPhone or Android phone and can turn your iPod Touch or iPad into a fully functional phone.
November 29, 2011
Stampt is a smartphone-based loyalty card service that rewards frequent visitors.
Mobuyle enables nail techs to accept credit, debit, and gift card payments through their smartphones or mobile devices.
August 22, 2011
SalonPOS has a user-friendly interface and easy accessibility features that allow users to manage clients, employees, and schedules anytime, anywhere.
July 21, 2011
Being asked to “check in” is something most of us associate with busy airports, over-filled suitcases, and holidays abroad. But it is becoming an increasingly important marketing tool for salons, thanks to new services from Internet giants like Google and Facebook.
June 17, 2011
Personal Salon Assistant (PSA) from SalonTechnologies is standalone salon management software for booth renters, salon owners, nail techs, and estheticians.
March 17, 2011
Plug a little plastic cube into the audio jack of your phone and you can use it to accept credit cards. Square (www.squareup.com) is a smartphone app that enables anyone to accept payment cards.
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