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Digital Menu by Interchange Design

by Michael Kirkpatrick
TV

Easily display and update menus you create online using the Interchange Design web app at your brewery, cafe, or restaurant

FREE in the App Store

What is it about?

Easily display and update menus you create online using the Interchange Design web app at your brewery, cafe, or restaurant. Simply enter your location code and you'll have access to your live menu. Any updates you make on the web app are pushed to your Apple TV, and your menu updates in seconds.

Digital Menu by Interchange Design

App Details

Version
2.1
Rating
NA
Size
14Mb
Genre
Catalogs Food & Drink
Last updated
June 30, 2017
Release date
May 16, 2017
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App Store Description

Easily display and update menus you create online using the Interchange Design web app at your brewery, cafe, or restaurant. Simply enter your location code and you'll have access to your live menu. Any updates you make on the web app are pushed to your Apple TV, and your menu updates in seconds.

If you're a brewery, having a digital menu allows you to quickly update and arrange your menu without having to get out the chalk and find someone with strong penmanship. Our menus are beatifully designed with excellent typography that will impress your customers.

## Tap Menu Features
Display up to 180 beers on tap across up to 15 screens including the beer name, style, brewery, ABV, optional IBU and up to two prices with associated serving volumes (e.g. 12 oz or 16 oz).

Display an optional customizable footer below your tap menu to display a message like "Tasters -- $2.00 each".

## Item Menu Features
Display your item menu complete with sections, section descriptions, items, item descriptions, item modifiers with prices, and a single item variant price. Item menus are displayed in a three column layout. The number of items and sections you are able to display depends on how much text is required for each section and item. Shorter section names, descriptions, item names, item descriptions, and fewer to no modifiers will yield more items that can be displayed on a single screen.