Terms of Use

 

Customer mode

Download the app onto a phone for free (Apple App Store)

When you're in a restaurant that accepts Pocket Waiter you can connect to it using either Bluetooth or WiFi.

By default Pocket Waiter will use WiFi and fall back to Bluetooth if no WiFi is available.

If you do not want Pocket Waiter to use Bluetooth, you can disable it via the settings screen.

If you do not want Pocket Waiter to use WiFi, you can disable it via the settings screen.

 

Restaurant mode

Download the app onto an iPad for free (Apple App Store).

It comes with some sample menus so you can test it very quickly.

Pocket Waiter will prompt you for the name of your restaurant when you first run it - this is not a legal requirement, enter the name you want your customers to see when they're in your restaurant and trying to send you orders.

By default Pocket Waiter will accept orders over Bluetooth and WiFi.

If you do not want Pocket Waiter to use Bluetooth, you can disable it via the settings screen.

If you do not want Pocket Waiter to use WiFi, you can disable it via the settings screen.

If your WiFi network is configured in a way that restricts peer-to-peer communications, your iPad will only accept orders over Bluetooth until you either disable the peer-to-peer blocking or subscribe to Pocket Waiter Internet Gateway Connectivity feature.

Unless you're using the Internet Gateway Connectivity feature, there are no running costs or commissions, meaning you can use Pocket Waiter without restrictions in perpetuity (forever).