After many months of soul searching, I’ve decided to sell my PassVerse product.
I’ve been working on PassVerse for over two years and it has changed from a SaaS product to a standalone software product. I’ve learned an awful lot about selling software and I’ve some happy customers who use PassVerse within their own businesses. As I’m focused on my freelance work at this time (I need to get a mortgage!), I don’t have the necessary time to grow and support PassVerse. I’ve placed it up for Auction and you can check it out at https://flippa.com/3925348-passverse-over-8500-dollars-in-software-sales-since-nov-2013
If you’re interested in becoming the new owner of PassVerse and taking it forward, please check it out!
To demonstrate how simple the PassVerse pass designer is to use, I’d put together a small walkthrough of the Passbook designer that I have created. Whilst Cineworld don’t offer tickets in Passbook fashion, this video shows how you might build a pass.
A short walkthrough of making a cinema ticket with PassVerse.com
Here is the completed pass, visible on the phone. It’s not 100% perfect, but I think it demonstrates how useful Passbook could really be.
If you’re interested in using Passbook to help your business, please get in touch – firstname.lastname@example.org
This weekend I’ve been working hard on my PassBook designer for PassVerse. So far, I’ve gotten the Coupon designer working and I’m pretty pleased with the results! You can compare my CSS based view on the left to the what is actually produced on the right. I have a few tweaks to make, but it’s about 90% of the way there!
I’ll be posting a video of the designer in action once I’ve worked out a few bugs in the image management.
PassVerse.com allows businesses to create and manage Passes for Apple’s Passbook. If you want to use Passbook with your business, PassVerse can help. To discuss your requirements, drop me an email to email@example.com