Mashable: Platform for Concertgoers Launches Android App in Time for SXSW

March 12, 2011 § Leave a comment


This makes me wish for two things:

1. That I was finally at SXSW and experiencing the entire event.

2. That my Droid battery didn’t die so fast so I wouldn’t think to avoid getting this app.

However, for those who are at SXSW and have a better Android phone battery life — enjoy!

SuperGlued is a New York-based service that launched in 2009, and it’s basically a slicker version of “Foursquare for bands,” Flowd — but more focused on fan utility.

Music fans can use the apps and website to find upcoming shows in their area, and interact with those shows by tweeting, posting photos, checking in via Foursquare, and browsing other checkins and social media shares — all within the app. One can also purchase tickets via the service, and create a profile detailing favorite and past concerts.

Previously, SuperGlued was only available on the iPhone [iTunes link], but now an Android app has hit the market.

Now, Droid-toters can download the app to check out a calendar of SXSW shows, sorted by day, artist or venue; create their own schedules; see where their friends are located in real time; learn about bands; see what others are saying via Twitter, Facebook and Foursquare; and add friends via an integration with the aforementioned services.”

via Platform for Concertgoers Launches Android App in Time for SXSW.

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