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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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
Mar 29, 2015
Does not work on Nexus 5 App does not go past an initial load screen talking about 2Degrees.
A Google User
Mar 24, 2015
Bad app. Charged me 3 times and nothing was added to my account. Now I've emailed them 15 times and they would not refund the payments. Bad customer service also.
A Google User
Mar 22, 2015
if i could rate it 0 stars i would... only read my card once, tried uninstalling and reinstalling and it still doesnt detect my card... and yea.. my nfc is on...
A Google User
Mar 5, 2015
Very handy app Could be even more handy if it supported touch2pay on any NFC enabled phone (like the nexus line) but still not a bad effort none the less
A Google User
Feb 23, 2015
Galaxy Note 4 not supported! Loved using tap2pay from my old S3, Note 2, S4 and Note 3 but now doesn't work on the Note 4 despite being supported on the latest S5. 2 degrees is holding out on us for their semble payment system despite people like me who don't bank with ASB or BNZ. Please support the Note 4 on tap2pay.
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