PassKit integration with Passbook Pass Lesson Management System (in CakePHP)

We are very honoured to have Patrick Kosterman, co-Founder of Rock Kong, writing a special guest post for us this week. He has recently used the PassKit API to implement Lesson Passes for his students. He tells us what he set about to do and how he achieved this. We thoroughly recommend you read through […]

Pass Promotion Network

Another innovation first from PassKit. The Pass Designer now includes the option to share your Pass via our Pass Promotion Network. Once you have designed your Passbook Pass and ready for distribution, simply select the ‘Share Pass URL’ check box and re-save the Pass template and the Pass URL will be automatically pushed to our […]

Pass Designer in your brand style and colours

The world’s number one online Pass Designer can now be fully white labelled. This means you can quickly have your own branded Pass Designer that you can use with your customers. And for the month of November we are offering this at half the usual price.  Normally to brand the Pass Designer, and all the […]

Add to Passbook button

Apple has now officially released the Add to Passbook button and for all Passes created using PassKit your users and customers will see this button. Apple hopes that this brings more familiarity and confidence using Passbook. We are very pleased to inform our customers that ALL customers creating a Passbook Pass using PassKit will automatically […]

How to push a Passbook update to the lock screen

We’ve just published the following video tutorial to help you push Passbook updates to the lockscreen. Open Safari on your iPhone (running iOS6) Visit http://PassK.it/ Navigate to Samples Select Retail Cards Select Starbucks Fill in the details (Card Nick Name, Card Registered Name) Keep the default Card Number or replace with your own Enter your […]

First use of PassKit Passes

Nick Murray, our Chief Architect, and his daughter go on an adventure; places where no man or girl have been before! They go to find out if Hong Kong International Airport and Thai Airways are ready for Apple’s Passbook.