Pushing the digital ticket to its logical Apple-themed extension, BA's finally added Passbook support to its iPhone app, meaning there might be something other than Starbucks to use with Passbook in the UK. Read More >>
Google Now is awesome, and the best bit is that it's getting even smarter, fast. Google's just rolled out a Now update that basically makes it Passbook for Android. It'll automatically pull boarding passes and tickets straight from your Gmail and slap the QR codes right up front for scanning at the gate. Read More >>
Virgin's become the first UK airline to add Passbook integration to online check-in, allowing you to send your boarding card straight to your iOS device, rather than doing that old-fashioned thing of printing out a boarding pass. All hail the onwards march of progress -- even if it does have an god-awful QR code for a face. Read More >>
As one of the billboard features of Apple iOS 6, Passbook has proven way more useful than we initially anticipated, but what's really going to make this a killer feature in the future is having all of the world's airlines on board. A few months after launch, Passbook is making some progress towards that ticketing utopia. Read More >>
Apple fans running iOS 6 might soon be able to cruise through check-in in a very futuristic fashion indeed, thanks to British Airways planning to offer support for Apple's Passbook electric ticketing system. Read More >>
Love it or loathe it, now that Apple's launched a non-NFC-packing digital wallet for the iPhone, companies everywhere will jump to support it. Thankfully, if you're an Android user, you too can get in on the screen-based ticketing fun with a cheeky little app called PassWallet. Read More >>
The next great iPhone software is still in beta right now, but we're already excited about digitising some of the crap in our wallets via Passbook — and for frequent travelers, it'll be a godsend. Check out the future: Read More >>
While Apple announced the launch of Passbook for iOS 6 a couple of weeks ago, even those using the developer release of the operating system can't really try it out properly — as information to use with the app just isn't out there yet. Now, however, Redmond Pie has shown us how to start trying it out.