The worst UI ever I have checked in on wizzair website, sent 2 passes via email, downloaded in my phone, opened one in the app, ok, fine, then opened return flight, fine but.. where is my outbound flight? only last opened is visible! No access to the main menu! You need to close the app from the task manager and restart the app in order to view both passes. Dear developers, please, please add ability to view all passes when opening from the file.
Wtf? When I try to scan a code I have only 2 options how I can do that - via Sleep as Android app (?) and Google Goggles, which appears in strange UI where I don't have a button to take a picture of my code... Why not just enable camera there? Other apps simply offer use camera.
Tried to use it to view a Eurostar pass. It completely failed to find the pass even though it was in my downloads folder with a .pkpass extension. Also no feedback during the scan plus annoying ads. Useless to me. PassAndroid worked perfectly so this one is going in the bin.
Paperless Airport entry Have used it to get inside airports, no need to carry print outs. Scanning the QR code gets a bit difficult when trying to webcheckin yourself.
Bad UX I have no idea where the menu is after searching for 5 minutes. Couldn't find the damn menu button. I can only access the last downloaded pass.
No terminal-info.. If you need to travel from airports with multiple terminals, then you still need to check from other sources which terminal you are leaving from... This information is not visible in the app..
Full release notes can be found here: https://www.facebook.com/notes/passwallet/passwallet-android-releases-notes/546963065352184
- Added in support for Code128 1-D barcodes (introduced in iOS9).
- Reduced install size.
- Fix for TicketScript passes not working (missing BOM handled).
- Fix for latest version of Google Drive not working.
- Speeded up startup.
- Added in Hebrew support.
WalletPasses allows you to use your Apple® Wallet / Passbook® Passes on Android™
Search, book and manage your flights all from the palm of your hand.