Open iTunes to buy and download apps.
1- User registers with ePassApp.
2- User purchases or is assigned an event from an event organizer.
3- The event organizer pushes the event eCredentials, eTicket, eBadge, ePass directly to the registered users' Smartphone, iPod or Dedicated ePass unit with the world's first Automatically Changing every minute Barcode System, which makes all the electronic transactions to and from the ePass user completely safe and secure.
4- At the event, the organizer can sell and or give out ePass Display Strap and or Clip on Cases to the users(Reusable – Portrait and or Landscape mode).
5- Dedicated ePass Display Case Assemblys are weather resistant, has battery backup, universal charger plug, RFID identification sensor and stackable quick storage and charging stations for quick distribution and quick collection at the event. Push messages to users.
What's New in Version 1.6
Issue with events listing in iOS 6 has been fixed.
EPass has a secure barcode PassBook doesn't
I just got my new iPhone 5 and saw this PassBook app on it so I downloaded it, and several months ago I had also downloaded the epass app, which I thought did the same secure eTickets as PassBook did, but I was wrong.
PassBook is not the same thing as epass because it has no "secure changing barcode" security feature in it, like epass has, why?
It seems to me with all the resources Apple and Ticketmaster have that they could afford to buy epass's secure changing barcode security feature and incorporate it into PassBook.
I'm just saying, lets get one perfect secure eTicket app and call it a day!
Epass please call PassBook or PassBook please call epass. Your anxious insecure public awaits...