Pass2U Wallet - cards/coupons

Pass2U Wallet - cards/coupons

By MicroMacro Mobile Inc.

  • Category: Shopping
  • Release Date: 2016-09-27
  • Current Version: 2.5.4
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 60.95 MB
  • Developer: MicroMacro Mobile Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
Score: 4.25959
4.25959
From 1,460 Ratings

Description

Pass2U Wallet makes you add and manage all of your cards/tickets in Apple Wallet easily. ○ All Passes/Cards: You can add store cards, membership cards, reward cards, coupons, stamp cards, movie tickets, boarding passes, business cards, identity cards, community cards, gift cards, event tickets, transportation tickets, receipts, and etc., into Wallet. ○ Easily Create Passes: You can scan the barcodes of paper tickets/ plastic cards, manually enter the barcodes, read the barcodes in photos, or directly apply the pass templates on Pass Store to create Apple Wallet passes. ○ Effortless Management: You can search keywords, sort, delete, archive the different kind of Wallet passes which are created or issued by Pass2U. ○ Get Notifications Properly: You can enter event date or locations when creating a pass. It will show up the notification when you’re near the locations or close to the event date. ○ Pass Store: You can directly apply the pass templates or design the templates you like. You can also can update, delete, or preview the templates. Some features are included in Pro version. [ Frequently Asked Questions ] 1. Why aren't some barcode types used on Apple Wallet passes? Since Apple Wallet passes only support the barcode type listed below currently: One-Dimensional (1D) barcode: Code 128 (not supported by Apple Watch) Two-Dimensional (2D) barcode: QR code, Aztec code, PDF417 Other types of the barcodes can not be displayed in barcode area of Apple Wallet passes. If the barcode on a pass can’t be read normally, please ask the merchant manually enter your barcode content to redeem. [Noted] Pro Version: When scanning the barcode types (Code 39, Code 93, Code 39 Mod 43, EAN 8, EAN 13, UPC E) which are not supported by Apple Wallet, they will be converted into strip images and displayed on the top of store cards or coupons. 2. Why can't some merchants read the barcodes of Apple Wallet passes? Since some merchants still use old barcode scanners which make other barcode types unable to be read. You can ask merchants manually enter your barcodes. 3. How can I backup all of my passes? You can go to setting of iPhone > Apple ID > iCloud > turn on Wallet. Once you would like to use another iPhone, you can log in with the same Apple ID and turn on Wallet for iCloud. Then you will see the passes issued by Pass2U on Pass2U Wallet. 4. How can I issue a lot of passes? You could go to www.pass2u.net to design the models and send the passes to your customers. If you have any comment or feedback about Pass2U Wallet, we’d love to hear you at contact@micromacro.com.tw. Now share Pass2U Wallet with friends to experience nice features and ease your life! Pass2U Wallet concerns users’ privacy, support, and feedback. They encourage us to release more useful and fun features.

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Reviews

  • Horrible. Save your money. Creating is impossible to do right

    1
    By Annoyed 92
    I am having an issue that when I enter information it doesn’t save it at the end. It shows blank. Is this a glitch or what is going on? Update: no one has updated this and they seem to not care about the product at all. Do Not BUY!!!! Total rip off. Don’t plan on making your own. It’s a horrible UI and very difficult to do
  • So far so good BUT....

    4
    By @JoshuaGarner
    The custom options are amazing but it’s lacking Apple Watch support for wallet. I really like to leave my phone behind sometimes and would love to have my passes available on my Apple Watch. Paid for the premium and feel like that could be a good addition to the paid version! Thanks!
  • OK but can't edit field names

    3
    By Playacoffee
    I bought the pro version so I could make my own field names. I changed "email" using the edit pencil to"account". It shows it as account but in the card that goes into the apple wallet, it still shows "email" as the field name.
  • Won’t Scan

    1
    By Edward IIb
    This looked like a good idea, but I am not able to scan a barcode on a card that I was able to scan with a barcode reader app on the same phone. I tried to copy/paste the text of the barcode from the reader app, but it will not paste into this app. It will paste into other apps, so it is not lack of scan/copy/paste knowledge on my part. I have deleted this app and found another one that meets my needs.
  • Neat idea, half-baked. Can’t recommend

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    By Hackerdude
    I have a lot of cards with custom data and I found this app on an online recommendation. So I installed it. A simple card with one field or with a barcode seems to import okay. Got the Pro Version and after not finding a Vehicle Warranty template I set out to create one so I signed up to the template creation. And then the nightmare started... Car service warranty is really simple stuff. A pic of a car, two fields in front (make/model and contract no), another for my name, and the roadside assistance number so I can see it if I end up stranded. In the back, the VIN, deductibles and warranty expiration in miles and dates. All in all it’s 10 simple fields. Simple, right? Wrong. Attempting to save it returned an error with “Please try again later”. I went and added my pass on OneNote so at least I’d have it (took 5 seconds). I came by and was able to add a template with the fields I needed but attempting to create a card with it just shows two things. An expiration date (which has no year hence it’s useless for a car warranty) and the name. All the fields I added are gone (if you care to see it, it’s called “Vehicle Extended Service/Warranty Card”). So that’s an hour of my life I won’t be getting back. So although I really want to be able to use Wallet to find this stuff, and it really does add barcode cards to wallet, I paid for an app that is not only not simple to use (though that, as an engineer myself, is not a deal-breaker), but is simply not very useful, because it doesn’t seem to get enough testing and basic things it advertises are, well, broken. Please, test your apps and save us all some time. My lost time was way more than what I paid for this app.
  • Fastest app delete ever

    1
    By captainstardust
    -Downloaded app -Scanned one grocery loyalty card -Asked an unintelligible question about translating characters? clicked “yes” -Massive pro version ad took over screen -Deleted app
  • Meh

    1
    By AlleyMiller
    Wouldn’t recognize barcode of Fry’s card. Entered the numbers, barcode looks different. Tried to take a picture, wouldn’t recognize the code. Deleted this app and tried the Pass4Wallet ap. Worked great.
  • Doesn’t work! Immediately wants you to pay for in app purchases

    1
    By Catch211
    I deleted this 5 min after downloading. It wouldn’t save any of my coupons unless I bought their in app purchase.
  • 1 star because 0 stars not an option

    1
    By Stews58
    I would say this app is junk, but that's an insult to junk, which has value. It crashes every couple minutes, won't scan a simple card and tries to sell the Pro version at every turn. I think it's a scam to get the Pro payment, but I'm not falling for it. DO NOT BOTHER downloading unless you need to raise your blood pressure.
  • Not for security minded users

    2
    By Akehru
    Clumsy interface, but I am more concerned about its security: - it grants itself access to photo and does not give option to deny (how do they get around iOS policy?) - you are entrusting this company with potentially sensitive personal info. Found no security report or analysis on this company’s policy. This doesn’t mean they are untrustworthy. But company’s privacy statements mean little. Just look at Zoom. They flat out lied about end-to-end encryption. In the end I decided to try it only for unimportant and non-sensitive passes such as grocery cards. FYI, still no sign in by Apple option but Facebook login (again, security!)

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