The Pushpass Closed Beta
1. Apply for the beta
To participate in our closed beta you will need to have received an invite to test our App via testflight. If you have not received the inivite yet, please click the button bellow.
2. Download the latest Mac app
3. Connecting Pushpass on the iPhone to Puspass on the Mac
Once Pushpass is started it will appear in the menu bar. Select "Pair with Device" from the menu.
A pairing window will appear with a QR code for the phone
On the iPhone:
- Select "Paired Devices"
- Click the plus button to bring up the camera and scan the QR code on the Mac
Upon successful pairing the window will display "Device connected".
4. Known Issues
Known issues are issues that we are aware of and are currently working on to fix.
Pushpass updates its logins when it connects, however if you've added a new login on the phone, you may need to refresh the list of logins.
App in Background
iOS 10 (10.0.0 and 10.0.1) currently have a bug affecting all products that utilize bluetooth background modes. This issue will be fixed in the next point release of Apple's iOS, however we are also in the final stages of implementing a workaround. Once the app is no longer in the foreground (screen is locked, for example) the app will no longer receive Bluetooth from the Mac. This will cause Pushpass on the Mac to hang.
No warning if Bluetooth is turned off
Pushpass utilizes Bluetooth for communication. Make sure bluetooth is turned on both on the Mac and on the iPhone. We have not yet implemented a warning that warns you if Bluetooth is turned off.
5. Fixed Issues
The following issues should be fixed in current builds:
Denying a Login will ignore subsequent login requests
If the user deny's a login request, subsequent requests will be ignored.
To fix this issue, perform the following:
- Open the Pushpass App on the iPhone.
- If this does not fix the problem quit Pushpass on the Mac and open it again.
Error connecting to device
If the following error occurrs, simply open Pushpass on the iPhone: