PassWallet is Basically the iOS 6 Passbook for Android (Video)

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  • 25 Sep 2012
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  • Remember how excited everyone was when Apple showcased the PassBook feature in iOS 6.0 this summer? Well, now you add your Starbucks card, movie pass and plane tickets to a similar Android app called PassWallet. The idea is to get rid of the clutter and have all the tickets, vouchers and coupons in a single place, a digital store room if you will.

    Apple already has big partners associated with this initiative, like Target, Starbucks, American Airlines and Live Nation. Now Attido Mobile have come up with the PassWallet for Android, that was inspired by PassBook actually. The Apple solution stores all wallet content into the Apple “.pkpass” mime type, so the developers thought about porting the idea to Android. The “.pkpass” mime type is now embeddable within digital receipts, ones that you find on standard web pages.

    The PassWallet allows you to easily import receipts via your email accounts and the sites you visit. I suspect that once Apple spots this software, we may have a takedown or trial, so be wary. Till the Cupertino giant figures how to take down the software, you can find it in here, on Google Play Store for free.

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