QP QuickPay - Mobile Parking Payments
By QuickPay Corp.
This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.
QP QuickPay lets you skip the pay station at parking lots and garages, and feed the on-street meters in select cities!
Save time with quick, hassle-free parking payments in any type of parking environment.
Pay for parking with QP QuickPay to
...skip the pay station (and the line!) to get where you’re going faster
...feed the meter from your phone and extend your parking session remotely
...get alerts when your time is about to expire
...get electronic receipts to make record keeping and expense reports a breeze
...find exclusive parking only available to QP users
...forget about annoying phrases like “exact change” and “cash only”
About QuickPay Corp.
Founded in 2010 and based in San Francisco, QuickPay Corp. is a leading provider of mobile parking technology. The free QP QuickPay app lets you find and pay for parking quickly, conveniently, and securely using just a mobile phone. For more information please visit our website – www.qpme.com.
What's New in Version 2.5
• Bug fixes and stability improvements
This ap didn't work. Every QR code I've scanned give me an error. Don't waste your time.
Good with potential to be great
I was getting scanning errors too but I discovered the solution. Look for the QR code when you arrive and scan when you enter the lot. That will create a parking session in the app and allow the gate to open. Do not open the gate by pushing the button to get a paper ticket. When you exit the lot, scan again and everything works fine.
Suggestions to app developer:
(1) Make the QR code icon on the main page larger and more prominent on the screen. When I'm at the lot and in a hurry, I don't need the big map of all the other locations, I just want to bring up the scanner page quickly.
(2) Make the flashlight symbol more obvious. I didn't recognize the current symbol as a flashlight, it looks more like a brightness/contrast symbol.
(3) The booth attendants at DCA airport have apparently seen many people have problems, so everyone thinks the system is broken, but it's not, works great when you know what to do. Might want to think about how you could provide clear instructions to the user so customers have a successful experience, and also let DCA economy lot staff know how it works so they know how to help customers and what to say if they have an issue.