OpenTable App Integrates with NCR Aloha Point-of-Sale Solution to Bring Mobile Payments to More Diners

We are pleased to join with NCR Corporation (NYSE: NCR), the global leader in consumer transaction technologies in announcing that NCR has integrated OpenTable’s ‘Pay with OpenTable’ app with the industry-leading NCR Aloha point-of-sale solution via the NCR Hosted Application Protocol Interface (API) platform. What this means for diners is that NCR Hosted APIs help provide OpenTable app users with a secure, convenient payment option.

The NCR Hosted API Platform is a cloud-based gateway that allows third parties to integrate, maintain, and deploy their services across NCR’s installed base of POS systems. This cloud offering allows payments through the OpenTable app to be tightly integrated into the NCR Aloha point-of-sale solution.

To pay with OpenTable, diners who book at participating restaurants simply add a credit card in the OpenTable app before they dine and then view and pay their check on their smartphone. There’s no separate app to download; no codes to enter; and no scanning or barcodes involved. Diners who pay with OpenTable simply get up and go whenever they’re ready.

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“The integration with the NCR Aloha point-of-sale makes the OpenTable mobile payment experience even more widely available to our customers,” said our Chief Executive Officer Matt Roberts. “We’re excited about working together to power a payment and dining experience that is intuitive and elegant for both diners and restaurants.”Continue Reading

OpenTable Experience Now on Apple Watch

We’re thrilled to announce our app is one of the first available for Apple Watch. A natural extension of the popular OpenTable iPhone app and Pay with OpenTable feature, it offers an innovative and convenient way for diners to engage with OpenTable while they’re on the go.

At a glance, the OpenTable app for Apple Watch reminds diners of upcoming reservations, shows them how to get there, and keeps them on time with an elegant countdown interface. The app also notifies diners when they’re dining at a participating Pay with OpenTable restaurant and prompts them to view and pay their check with a couple of taps of their OpenTable app for iPhone, which is integrated with Apple Pay.


Diners can get  OpenTable for Apple Watch  on the App Store or in the Apple Watch App on iPhone.

Introducing the OpenTable Food Crime Corrector: An Exciting New Way to Dine

At OpenTable, we are committed to putting power back into the hands of our diners. In the past, diners had no means to deal with poor dining etiquette from their meal companions.

However, technology has now provided us with the tools we need to have a smooth dining experience. Introducing, the OpenTable Food Crime Corrector.

How It Works

When you witness a food crime being committed, open up the OpenTable app and select the Food Crime Corrector. Select the level of offense, and a Food Crime Corrector will respond with the appropriate retribution. All you have to do is sit back, and relaxContinue Reading

Pay with OpenTable Arrives on Android

Today, we’re excited to announce the launch of our Pay with OpenTable feature for Android. We’ve already seen how diners have benefited from our mobile payments functionality by using their iOS devices, and now we’re thrilled to offer a way for Android users to pay without the wait.

Our team has been working hard to make this new Android feature an intuitive and frictionless experience. To pay with OpenTable, diners simply book a table at a participating restaurant and add a credit card in their OpenTable Android app before they dine. Then they can view and pay their check with a few taps. There’s no separate app to download; no codes to enter; and no scanning or barcodes involved. Diners who pay with OpenTable simply get up and go whenever they’re ready. It’s that simple!

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We’re so excited to welcome Android users to try our mobile payments feature and look forward to receiving your feedback. To learn more about OpenTable mobile payments, watch “Life’s too short to wait for the check” and visit to view the current list of participating restaurants. Restaurants who are interested in providing their guests with the experience of paying with OpenTable can learn more at

Aditya Singh is a senior product manager at OpenTable.