Pass2U Wallet - cards/coupons

Pass2U Wallet - cards/coupons

By MicroMacro Mobile Inc.

  • Category: Shopping
  • Release Date: 2016-09-27
  • Current Version: 2.4.4
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 95.32 MB
  • Developer: MicroMacro Mobile Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4
From 575 Ratings


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 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 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.



  • Time Consuming

    By Aaron_8
    Way to much time involved in setting your cards up to be of much benefit
  • Can’t put information in

    By musicnlove
    App seems great and might be, but you can’t enter information in after you create a template. I’m going to guess that’s it’s a bug, but really annoying and I will probably delete and move on from this app.
  • Poor app

    By Dantheman876
    This app is so poorly designed and programmed that entering cards would take hours. Saving text should not take 10 seconds.
  • Awesome!

    By MaybeAfterLunch
    Scan a barcode or use a photo/screenshot, then select a card type. Different types show different info, such as expiration, seat, gate, location, etc.) Add a banner image, add a logo, choose foreground (barcode) color, background color, and label (text) color. Then type in your name, seat number, etc. tap Done. Wait a whole 15 seconds. Your pass is ready! Don’t like the way it looks? Picked an unfortunate color? Tap the Pass2U logo on your pass (while in Apple Wallet) and you will be redirected directly to editing your pass in the Pass2U app. Why doesn’t Apple have this figured out in 2019?!? I’ve only made one pass, so far, but after I use that pass successfully, I’ll be unlocking the pro version for a measly $2.99 to support these wonderful app developers! 👌 (The app is a tiny bit buggy, layout wise,* but if you don’t mind editing your pass a couple times to perfect it, it works as advertised!) *Sometimes typing too many characters will leave your text truncated, or it may overlap/mesh with an adjacent text field. Perhaps the Layouts editor has options for font size and word wrap/column widths. So not needed if you just want to scan an event barcode without printing… on paper… like in the 90s…
  • Doesn’t do much...

    By Joselito R
    Want to use this app for its stated purpose of storing barcoded loyalty cards? Too bad, that’s a pro feature only. Uninstalled in 60 seconds. Thanks but no thanks.
  • Dosent work

    By collman356
    It doesn’t work simply put I scanned a giant eagle card something basic dosent work
  • Inputs cards straight intro Apple Wallet!

    By Kampcachefis
    I love this app and it’s works very well. It allows you to make a card from scratch and customize it, or you can select hundreds of free templates. The new Apple Wallet doesn’t allow you to input passes from the Wallet app, but with this one you can send your created passes to Wallet. It’s way better with the pro version which is only $2. People are complaining about the price but two dollars is almost nothing, it’s a one time purchase also. It was very worth it and I love the app.
  • Barcode scanner is a bit buggy

    By Wiryan
    Barcode detection isn’t always guaranteed, but everything else works fine. Will update review when I have the chance to test the Apple Wallet cards during library or store visits
  • Lots of confusing options, half send you to a Pro ad

    By geoelectric
    I hate the type of sketchy UI where they also throw in all the things you can’t actually do for free and throw upgrade ads when you tap on them. I hate it more when the options themselves are abstruse and you *have* to tap to try to figure out how to do anything useful, thereby guaranteeing you see the ad screen multiple times. The only thing worse than that is a visual layout designer without a competent preview function that also sends you to the ads as you try to experiment with it and change options. Bonus point if it takes seconds on end for any minor change. That’s 90% of this app: a poorly implemented, awkwardly designed advertisement for the more expensive poorly implemented and awkwardly designed app they’d actually like to sell you. The app tries to rely on discovery rather than explaining their own UI but punishes you for experimenting by constantly showing you a modal pop up ad to upgrade. It wasn’t worth the time I spent before deleting it, never mind $2.
  • Buggy

    By JML54
    Great idea, but editing existing cards is not always possible. Sometimes editing works and sometimes it does not. The instructions are also unclear. When ending works the app also defaults to restoring the app badge on a card even if it was removed before. Finally, the order of cards in Wallet is set by Wallet to be order of creation and not order shown in this app.