We are excited to announce that we began supporting the creation of content for Google Pay and also you can share your Mobile Wallet Passes using our new convenient short URL service.
We now support Save to Google Pay
You now can create passes for Google Pay with the same ease that you create them for Apple Wallet, and you automatically can serve your customers using the exact same URL. Tap into millions of iOS and Android users to manage their digital offers.
Know more at Passworks support documentation.
Short URL for a convenient distribution
We understand the importance of a short URL when distributing a Mobile Wallet Pass. Starting today, you can share your passes using our convenient pass.yt short URL service, available for free to all Passworks users.
Learn more and start creating your own mobile wallet marketing campaign with the free Passworks trial.
Apple just launched the new version of the operating system: iOS 9.3. Despite not being spoken on March 2016 Apple event there were small changes/improvements on Apple Wallet.
Apple Wallet has been an amazing channel for brands to engage with their customers and one of the features was allowing brands to promote their App at the back of their passes.
With the new iOS 9.3, if a brand integrates the App with the pass, the App icon will also appear on the bottom left of the front of the pass where previously was the share icon
If you tap on the icon one of two things will happen; if the App is already install it will automatically open, otherwise you will be directed to the App store to download the App.
Since the begging of Apple Wallet on the bottom left corner of the pass there was share icon. By tapping on that icon users were allowed to share their pass via message, mail or airdrop.
In iOS 9.3, and covered by previous point, the share icon has been removed and now appears on the back of the pass as a link right bellow the Automatic Updates and Suggest on Lock Screen.