You can manage your tickets, discount vouchers and train or plane tickets in a much more organized manner by resorting to the appropriate application. And that could well be PassWallet, the application that scans your smartphone looking for all those tickets.
Based on the PKPASS format
This format that was presented back then for Apple's iOS 6 quickly became a standard for tickets on mobile devices, whether the iPhone made by the Cupertino-based company or devices running on the Android operating system.
How the app works is really simple as we've only got to tap on the link or attachment (with several compatible formats) to import a Passbook element. And we can later create backups that can be synchronized with our Dropbox or Google Drive accounts.
- Take a look at all your tickets, boarding passes, discount vouchers, etc., on your smartphone.
- Locate on a map where you're going to use each one of them.
- Check your history in the archive.
- Scan your device looking for PassBook files.
- Scan QR codes.
- Compatible with the tickets issued by a wide range of companies.
However, since we're in 2018, the app's interface could do with an overhaul with Material Design or whatever because it looks like an app designed in 2012.