Works as advertised Works great with Clipper cards on my OnePlus One. Does exactly what it claims. On Clipper cards it shows your current cash balance and recent transactions, including refills/top ups and refunds. It does not explicitly show monthly passes, but you can see when passes are loaded under 'refills', so you can easily figure out if you have a current month pass loaded. It took a few tries to find the best place to tap the card - on the OnePlus One it works best to tap at the bottom-back of the phone.
Works as advertised! Great simple and functional app, worked fine for me with a Galaxy SIII checking on a San Francisco Golden Gate bridge special edition Clipper card. SIII users who haven't used NFC before should note that the reader is in the back center of the phone, so just hold your phone and then hold the face side of the card against the back center and it should pick up.
Great app, but wish I could disable NFC feature Ignore the idiots who complain that their transit card isn't supported. If you didn't read the description before you downloaded the app, you don't deserve to review the app. My problem with this app is that the NFC feature is constantly on. Every time I placed my phone on my wallet, the app would open and create a new scanned card. I could not find a way to disable the NFC detection in the app without disabling it globally. It was enough of a pain that uninstalled an otherwise great app.
Great for Clipper Card basic use (simply loading the card wish cash, not BART fare or other transport fare). I love this app! It's so much easier than logging in online to the Clipper Card site. Just open the app and hold the card against the phone. Easy peasy.
San Francisco Bay - Clipper Card app They would get a lot more downloads if it was clear that this works for the San Francisco bay area. I was able to get my balance, a few days of transit info. in which I had used both BART and AC Transit, and a few auto-load's all by just using this application and the Near Field Communication (NFC) to read my card.
Doesn't seem to work on HTC One w/CA Clipper card In the developer's defense, my HTC One has refused to read this card or another card I have access to regardless of the app trying to read it. It didn't work under Stock Sense 5 or under Google Play edition 4.3, which is what I'm currently running. NFC is turned on, and I confirmed it works using a bus shelter NFC ad recently. Not sure why it isn't registering these cards though.
Support for Edy cards! (Thanks Chris Norden)
Support Washington State Ferry ORCA transactions.
Improved display of ORCA rail transactions.
EXPERIMENTAL Support for Bilhete Único cards from Brazil (Requires encryption keys; thanks Marcelo Liberato!).
OV-chipkaart fixes (Requires encryption keys; thanks Wilbert Duijvenvoorde).
Fixed bug when reading some clipper cards.
EXPERIMENTAL support for MIFARE Classic and OV-chipkaart.
Many other bug fixes.