The App Store isn't what it used to be back in 2012, so it's not unexpected to see some games changing their structures with the times. Now we can add Rage of Bahamut to that list with the recent announcement that the game is severely cutting back on the number of events it holds.
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Eventblimp, Inc has released an app that collects events from friends and event promoters and produces a searchable database from aggregate events from Facebook, Meetup, Eventbrite, Bandsintown, SeatGeek, and Eventful. Find an event you like? You can also easily share the listing with everyone via your favorite social networking sites. You can filter your search by type of event, location, date and time, cost, friends attending, or explore events pinned to a map of your area.
Eventblimp is available in the App Store now, for free.
With an ever burgeoning selection of Calendar and Travel apps, Time to Enjoy sets out to be different by turning the calendar function into a search engine for events.
Powered by eventful.com and Tribune Media Services, the app provides event details within the US, Canada and Europe, the app allows users to search for local events, all via their current location or by entering a city of their choice. Various categories are searchable such as museum events, local attractions, music focused or family targeted. A search radius of anything from walking distance to a 50 mile car drive means there should be something for a short trip or an all day excursion.
Users can learn various details about upcoming events such as timings and venues, as well as see trailers for movies and even purchase tickets. An alert function ensures nothing is forgotten about.
Time to Enjoy is out now and free to download.
We've all been there. Had that moment where it's just impossible to find those precious tickets for that exciting event. It was placed in that careful spot in the house but somehow it's gone missing just in time for when it's most needed. Reliance on a piece of paper is annoying.
Eventbrite gets that which is why their app enables users to quickly access their Eventbrite tickets and event information all without the need for paper versions.
Attendees can access details for all of their upcoming events to see precisely what they have planned. They can then share that information with friends and also contact the event organizer with any last-minute questions. Map directions and other useful information can be similarly accessed quickly through the app.
It's a very useful idea and one that I hope will spread elsewhere. It'd be very useful for other ticketed events such as concerts or sporting events. Hopefully Eventbrite have started us all on the path to a paperless future.