The app works for me so far. I've been able to add passes by emailing Apple Wallet passes (pkpass files) to myself from an iPhone or from airlines that send these files via email. Clicking the attachment in the email opens the pass directly in the app and saves it. (You may have to set the your phone to use this app to open pkpass files.) My only complaint so far is that you cannot rearrange the passes in the app without removing them all and then adding them back in the order you want them in.
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This app works really well for an app that hasn't been updated in 3 years. The biggest problem I see is that it doesn't work as advertised. Supposedly it can search through emails, documents, etc and it will pull the codes out for you. That has worked for me maybe once or twice. What you actually do is go to the document that has the code and share it to the application. It then pulls the code out of the document and you click a button that adds it to the app. Fix the instructions please.
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Initially I was very happy with this app after giving it my first "pass". later when I tried to add more, there seemed no method available to add them (the "+" sign turned on a QR reader), and I could find nothing else. I wrote the vendor a week ago, but have not heard back. A few days after my first experience, I tried the product on a different smart phone, loading my second set of passes onto it successfully. But, it would then load the first set on my first device. Same problem as before, two different devices. Both devices were different generations of Moto products. I don't know whether that's relevant. But I'm presuming from the number of positive reviews I see, it must be doing a good job for many people. Not hearing back from support, and finding an alternative that works for all my passes (except PDF versions), was enough to break the deal. Uninstalled recently.
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