Most of us face an issue when we're traveling on road trips. Mainly, we get out of the house for a clear reason and take a trip to visit family and friends, see a national attraction, or even just to fill some free time. But if you've ever found out that you missed a really great public event or live show when you had some extra time and could have made it, there's a new iphone event app design to put the power of local posterboards in the palm of your hand.
Postervents is a quick way to view the event flyers and indie rock posters hanging in coffee shops and supermarkets that are usually reserved for locals only. Instead of looking through lines on text and getting frustrated with ugly calendars, this app shows you the actual event flyers for the events that locals are attendening. Many times these events are free.
What's on the iphone app? PosterVents showcases Event flyers for:
- Free “Locals-Only” Events
- Art Shows
- Plays and Theatre Productions
- Family Friendly Activities
The app is currently in a beta release meaning you gotta know someone who knows someone on the list, and most of that list is friends and family of the compay. They have done a good job of keeping it quiet up until now, but with their first public release scheduled in April 2015, this is a good chance to be the first on the list.
So how can I get theIphone app?
- visit the www.postervents.com page
- sign up for the Android or Iphone release lists.
- If you sign up for the iOS list you can get an early copy for free.
You can visit the Postervents Facebook Page Here. Everyone who likes the page gets the app for free on the first release. The teams is working to get some early adopters some extra bonuses for being first as well.
The PosterVents team says they have currently have over 1000 active event posters to view on the app for free and have tried to pick the most visually interesting flyers to show thier first users. With such a visual experience, the app is fun even if you don't plan on attending a show.
Next time you’re looking for great locals only events, the Postervents app is the first place to look.