Yesterday Apple released it's latest iPhone software update, iOS 6.
One of the flagship features for iPhone is a new app called Passbook.
Passbook aims to remove a little bit of bulk from your wallet and key chain. It is designed to be a hub for discount cards, concert tickets, coupons, and the like.
We put together a list of the first 9 apps to support the feature. As time goes on we're sure this list will get bigger and bigger.
Flickd Movies With Netflix, for booking tickets
Flickd helps you stay on top of movies both new and old. If you hear about a movie you'd like to see, add it to your Flickd list and you'll be notified when it's released in theaters, Blu-ray, DVD and on Netflix Instant.
Flickd supports gestures, notifications, and the ability to automatically add items to your Netflix queue.
The app was updated with Passbook support. Now if you buy a movie ticket through Flickd a pass for the movie will be added to your Passbook.
With MLB.com At Bat you can stream every single MLB game live to your smartphone or tablet. The app provides breaking news, standings, schedules, rosters, and stats.
MLB.com At Bat has been updated to support a delivery option for game ticket purchases. Supported MLB ballparks include, AT&T Park, Citi Field, Fenway Park and Kauffman Stadium. The app also supports the iPhone 5's larger screen so you can see more of the game.
*After the All-Star break the app drops to $9.99 for the remainder of the season.
**MLB.TV Premium subscribers receive At Bat 12 for free.
Walgreens' app is pretty useful. It lets you refill your prescription from your smartphone. The app even sends you reminders when its time to take that pill and when your prescription is about to run out.
Passbook support has been added to take advantage of the company's Balance Rewards program. Now you can throw your plastic key chain away.