iOS 6.1 Users Can Buy Movie Tickets from Fandango Using Siri
This weekApple released iOS 6.1 as the latest version of its mobile operating system. The update brought with it a number of updates and new features for iPhone and other Apple gadget users. Mobile movie ticket buying application Fandango has announced that it has updated its app for the new version of the operating system.
Using the updated operating system and the new version of the app, movie fans can purchase tickets using Siri and their voice. The app allows users to push the Siri button and say Buy Tickets. That will launch the app allowing users to ask Siri to find a specific movie, nearby theaters, or specific show times.
Once the user finds the movie and the Showtime they want, they can complete the purchase using the phone and the Apple send their tickets to Passbook. Once the tickets are in passbook all you have to do is scan the screen of the iPhone at the theater and enjoy.
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