Apple's Wallet app lets you store your boarding passes, concert tickets, gym memberships, movie stubs and rewards cards in one place on your iPhone, which you can access with a quick double-click on the home or side button. Unfortunately, a decent amount of passports aren't officially supported, but that doesn't mean you can't add them anyway.
Although it was almost eight years ago, many apps have the opposite to adding support for the Wallet app. CVS, Ikea, Target and Whole Foods are some great names to name. And to get your passports for them, you need to unlock your iPhone, open the app, sign in (if not already) and find your reward code to scan. If you do not use the app for anything other than this, it only takes unnecessary space.
Some apps in the App Store say "Wallet" under the section Supports but it does not "t mean it will do what you want it to. It can let you add a loyalty card but not a payment or gift card, or it may allow you to add a store credit card but not a loyalty or gift card, or it may be impossible to find out exactly what the Wallet "support" it offers.
Instead of managing all these problems, you can use Pass2U Wallet to add unsupported cards and be sent to Wallet on iOS.
Step 1: Install Pass2U Wallet
Start by installing Pass2U Wallet from MicroMacro Mobile Inc. The app requires iOS 10.0 or later and has a pro version available for $ 1.99 that allows you to remove ads, back up and restore passports from Google Drive, share transfers, edit field labels, and more. you just the free version.
Now that you have installed the app, you need to find insufficient physical or online cards or passes you want to add to the Apple Wallet. Before adding it, it's a good idea to check if your company's app supports or doesn't support Apple Wallet because you might want to use it instead. Again, if that's the only reason you install the app, it can't be a hassle.
To check if your cards or passports are compatible, go to Wallet, scroll down, tap "Edit passport" "Find wallet apps" and check for an app that you can use to add your specific cards or transfers to the wallet. Also, as previously mentioned, you can manually search for the app in the App Store to see if "Wallet" is under the section Supports . Step 3: Add inaccessible cards or send to Pass2U Wallet
If your cards or passes are really not supported, open Pass2U Wallet on your iPhone and press "Start Now" to begin. If you want to add a passport – you can add a boarding pass, coupon, event ticket, store card or generic pass – press the plus (+) sign at the bottom right and then select one of the following options, discussed in detail below the screenshots.
This option allows you to select an existing card or send template created by other Pass2U Wallet users. Except that you tap "Apply a pass template", you can turn the three-dash menu at the top left and enter the "Pass Store" to display existing templates. Templates are sorted by popular, new and all you have created. Tap a template and you will be asked to create a Pass2U Wallet account. You must do this if you want to use a template. However, it is not necessary to create your own.
When you have created your account and the template is selected, you may need to fill in information such as name, membership number, phone, website, member then and more, depending on the type of card or passport.  The most important part of course is the barcode, which you can either type in or scan with your camera. Open the camera by pressing the barcode icon under Barcode Code . Hit "Done" to create your passport and then click "Add" to put it in your Wallet.
If the card or passport you want to add does not have an existing template, use this option to open your iPhone camera and scan for a barcode. The app can only scan 1D barcodes (code 128) or 2D barcodes (QR code, Aztec code and PDF417). When the camera is opened, scan the code. If successful, a popup will appear asking if you want to convert the barcode to the Apple Wallet passport format. Hit "Yes" and then choose a pass type.
Fill in your card or pass. Depending on the type of passport (the mine is a store card) you may need to enter the name of the passport / card, the expiration date, the cardholder's name, address and other information. You can also change the color of the passport. When you are done, press "Done" and you can add the new pass to your Wallet.
If you cannot scan the barcode for any reason, manually use this option to select the type of barcode you want to add and enter the number below the barcode on your physical or online card or Pass. Select the right type of barcode: Code 128 (most common barcodes), QR code or Code 39 (only available in pro version). Enter the code number and click "Add Pass2U Wallet." Select the type of passport (mine is an event image) and enter a name for the passport, logo, location, event time, event mode and other information.
If you press on the empty space under "Event Location" a map is displayed where you can enter the Event address, if applicable. The address will appear on your passport, as a practical reminder. When you are finished, press "Done" at the top right and then "Add" to put the card or go into your wallet.
Your last option is to scan a barcode from a screenshot in the Photos library on your iPhone. It is useful for cards, passports and tickets that are only available online. Find the screenshot in your photos and the app will scan it and recognize the barcode. Click "Confirm" to continue.
You can edit the card information, which may include the expiration date, the cardholder's name, address and more. Press "Done" to create your passport and then click "Add" to add it to your Wallet.
Every card or cards will be your own passport or card in the Apple Wallet app. So when you use the double-click shortcut on the Home or Page button to open the Apple Wallet – or if you do not have the shortcut enabled, open the Wallet app – you will see each card or card as an individual card to choose from.