By MicroMacro Mobile Inc.
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, 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 kinds 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 the barcode content to redeem. [Noted] 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 the 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 https://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 email@example.com. 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.
Nothings working. No barcodes can be read.
Constantly updated & improved, and really useful. A real timesave. Thanks.
I wanted to add a bus ticket barcode to my Apple Wallet but I realized the functionality didn’t exist yet. I downloaded this app expecting it to be a dud but it worked exactly as I wanted even on the free tier. I bought premium just for some of the niche features and to support the devs. The UI isn’t terrible but I wish they had used Apple’s design language instead of Material design.
I don’t understand all of these high ratings. This app is a total disaster. You can’t design things on a small smartphone screen. Indeed, you probably couldn’t design this on an iPad. I would be better to just let people design a card in Photoshop (or equivalent) and upload a single image. That, alone, is hard enough to get into the phone. They should have a default icon you can use because every site that has icons wants you to pay $100 a year to subscribe. Ugh. I really blame Apple for not making it easer to put things in the wallet app. This is not something fo third party developers to cobble together.
Tells me I need a valid email address but the one entered is good. Not worth the struggle.
so deleted it. Waste of time.
I opened the app and it directed me to a webpage for registration. It asked me for a credit card, but it clearly said “location verification only - you will not be charged”. I was charged US$39,95 for digitalizze.co. Be aware, very misleading.
Our ubiquitous, practical smartphones still have a way to go before they replace our wallets, but they're getting pretty close thanks to services like Apple Wallet. There I can securely keep credit cards, concert tickets, coupons, boarding passes, membership cards, purchase receipts, in some cases even IDs, driver's licenses and transit cards, right on my iPhone. But what if my favorite store or airline never launched an Apple Wallet-compatible pass version of their loyalty card? Or the movie ticket I just bought is only available as a printable PDF? That's where Pass2U comes in! The free ad-supported version of Pass2U lets your easily convert any loyalty program card, gift card, boarding pass, store coupon, generic ID or event ticket into a pass for your Apple Wallet. The process is as simple as choosing a pass template, scanning the barcode or QR code on your physical card, filling in the remaining text fields and adding to your Wallet. The passes even work on Apple Watch. (Except barcode-based ones.) There's no limit to how many passes you can generate, but they will most likely nest together as if they were boarding passes from the same airline. You can fix the nesting problem by upgrading Pass2U to its Pro Version, which packs a ton of features for a very modest price. These include designing your own passes, choosing the way they group inside your Wallet, sharing your templates with other Pass2U users (the heart of the service, in my opinion), getting rid of ads, removing the Pass2U icon from your passes, as well as easily sharing your existing passes with friends. There are a few improvements I hope they developer can add in future updates. First, we need the option of leaving your store card by itself on your Wallet. This is only currently available for boarding passes or event tickets, while you can choose to nest the rest of your passes within 10 available groups. Second, being able to remove the Pass2U app icon from the passes is great, but adding a link to the official app of the pass your creating would be even better. (To be fair, the developer website offers plans to let you create unlimited passes for personal or commercial use with all the bells and whistles, including the fixes I'm suggesting. It beats having to learn Xcode or paying an annual fee to join the Apple Developer Program). Finally, it would be nice for template designers that the app let you write reviews or add likes to templates, instead of just showing how many times each template has been used to create passes. Overall, Pass2U is pretty good and the paid version is worth the money. Either way, you'll have a hard time finding a better companion for your Apple Wallet.
App works great again! Was crashing in a prior version but not only didn’t the author fix this issue he also responded to let me know it has now been resolved. Thank you!