Snapper Mobile

Snapper Mobile


With the Snapper Mobile app and your near field communication (NFC) smartphone you can instantly check the balance, top up, or buy a travel pass for any Snapper + card.

*a Snapper + card has a ‘+’ on the front of the card in the top right-hand corner.

How to use Snapper Mobile:

1. Install the Snapper Mobile app
2. Make sure your smartphone has NFC turned on (Settings > Wireless and Networks > More settings > NFC)
3. Hold the Snapper + card to the back of your smartphone to instantly check the balance and then top up, buy a travel pass or collect a token for the card.

Want to be able to pay with your phone?
Snapper Mobile also works with 2degrees Touch2Pay smartphones (with a Touch2Pay SIM from a 2degrees Wellington store) so you can pay for your bus fare, taxi ride, parking, or coffee and snack from a Snapper retailer.
www.2degreesmobile.co.nz/touch2pay

To see which Snapper Mobile features your smartphone can use, check out:
www.snapper.co.nz/my-phone-has-nfc-can-i-use-snapper-mobile/

For more information, please visit:
www.snapper.co.nz/mobile

Recent changes:
v1.0.14 - Fixed external card reading issue with Galaxy S III Mini

v1.0.13 - To provide compatibility with Galaxy Note II

v1.0.12 - Fixed problem when rotating display from portrait to landscape

v1.0.11 - Added support for Huawei Ascend Y-201

v1.0.10 - TSM update: Activate Snapper-on-SIM over the internet

v1.0.5 - ICS update: Fixed Ice Cream Sandwich crash bug, Improved reading another card refresh feature
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3.4
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File size
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About Snapper Mobile
With the Snapper Mobile app and your near field communication (NFC) smartphone you can instantly check the balance, top up, or buy a travel pass for any Snapper + card.

*a Snapper + card has a ‘+’ on the front of the card in the top right-hand corner.

How to use Snapper Mobile:

1. Install the Snapper Mobile app
2. Make sure your smartphone has NFC turned on (Settings > Wireless and Networks > More settings > NFC)
3. Hold the Snapper + card to the back of your smartphone to instantly check the balance and then top up, buy a travel pass or collect a token for the card.

Want to be able to pay with your phone?
Snapper Mobile also works with 2degrees Touch2Pay smartphones (with a Touch2Pay SIM from a 2degrees Wellington store) so you can pay for your bus fare, taxi ride, parking, or coffee and snack from a Snapper retailer.
www.2degreesmobile.co.nz/touch2pay

To see which Snapper Mobile features your smartphone can use, check out:
www.snapper.co.nz/my-phone-has-nfc-can-i-use-snapper-mobile/

For more information, please visit:
www.snapper.co.nz/mobile

Recent changes:
v1.0.14 - Fixed external card reading issue with Galaxy S III Mini

v1.0.13 - To provide compatibility with Galaxy Note II

v1.0.12 - Fixed problem when rotating display from portrait to landscape

v1.0.11 - Added support for Huawei Ascend Y-201

v1.0.10 - TSM update: Activate Snapper-on-SIM over the internet

v1.0.5 - ICS update: Fixed Ice Cream Sandwich crash bug, Improved reading another card refresh feature

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jan 8, 2015
snapper mobile cool
A Google User
Jan 7, 2015
Simple but great Works like a charm. Samsung S3
A Google User
Jan 3, 2015
A bit confused... Just got a 2degrees touch to pay sim and put it in my Galaxy S5 (which is listed as compatible, although I do have the Duos version). I've loaded and activated snapper. The website says to register the snapper by selecting the phones hardware settings button... ... the S5 doesn't have a hardware settings button (I believe this is due to Google preferring software settings menus). So how do I register my Snapper on my phone?
A Google User
Dec 23, 2014
OK, but sucks the life out of my battery Pretty useful app, but have uninstalled as my battery life just dies once this has been opened. NFC on its own is just fine, as are a couple of other NFC apps.
A Google User
Dec 14, 2014
Broken app with bad customer service When I attempted to top up my Snapper USB with it, it deducted the $10 from my debit card but did not top up my Snapper account. I have emailed them twice and received no response in the last 7 months.