The new One4all app has two functions:
Access your One4all digital wallet in the app. See card balances, and add your card to apple wallet for spending in store at retailers that accept One4all gift cards.
Check your balance on physical One4all cards. Simply launch the app and use your phone’s camera to snap your card. The app will convert the card number into a text message which, when sent, will return your current
balance back to your phone. Simple!
Standard rates apply to text messages. Depending on your carrier and package you may be charged for this text message. There is no charge for the return message.
Please ensure you place your card on a flat surface with good contrast to the card colour for maximum readability.

What’s New

Version 11.4

Added an intro screen explainer to show where users can avail of One4all services

Ratings and Reviews

1.5 out of 5
132 Ratings

132 Ratings

podcastophile ,

This App is A crock of ...

Newsflash* computers are supposed to make life easier. This app either requires you to photograph the card number each time you want the balance or type in the cvs number each time you need the balance. The problem is photographing is a gimmick as the number is barely legible to the human eye never mind a camera because of the ridiculous pattern used as the background on the card, so is unreliable. I thought I’d therefore use the manual method and type in the long card number and cvs once and then the app would ‘remembered’ it so it would just require the selection of the ‘manual balance’ button. No chance. The app forgets the numbers if you ever close the app so you have to type the numbers in again, ffs. BTW, if you don’t give the app access to the camera because using the camera is a rubbish idea the app nags you that you haven’t given it access. Also you have to know the balance in case your transaction exceeds the balance as the transaction will fail, which makes wanting to use these cards for part payment a trial in itself. All this on top of the fact that these cards are a dumb idea in the first place. Either use cash or debit or credit cards which are acceptable everywhere instead.

Chellcake ,

I don’t understand

Similar to other reviews already posted, this app is just confusing. It struggles to scan the card number because of the pattern in the background, but then doesn’t give you the option to manually type it in or correct where it got the numbers wrong (it was actually fairly successful with a large portion of the number) so your only option is to keep taking photos and hoping it works out, or use one of the other options given.

The app and website also say you can connect the card to apple pay, but after successfully scanning one of my cards, it just gives me the option to send a text for finding out my balance (which I could have done myself, and keeps failing anyway??) and then...nothing. It’s not saved into the app and there doesn’t seem to be any way of connecting it to apple pay anyway. I’m so confused as to why this app exists.

MrDanWhitehead ,

Gift Cards work just fine!

We were given a couple of gift cards for Christmas and have just spent them online in the sales with no trouble at all.
The retailer cannot check the balance of a card so you have to either spend up to the amount available or do a "part payment", we just spent the amount on the cards with some careful basket filling!
If you try and spend more than is on the card it just rejects the transaction.
If the retailer does not show the Gift Card as a payment option then choose VISA (Credit) along with the CVV number on the back and your own name.
All in all a great gift idea that doesn't tie you down to single retailer.


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Requires iOS 10.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.



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