This will go bad real fast. Customers playing DJ in a bar playing whatever songs they want through their smart phones. Ouch.
Gooops! This could be good for bar/nightclub event promotion when it’s ready for prime time.
I bet this nitwit is on Yelp regularly reviewing restaurants…
No matter how good your mobile app is, there will always be at least one person who will trash it with a one-star rating on the App Store, just because some people can’t help hating on things. App developer Todd Ransom, who has developed an app that maps out the areas surrounding the gorgeous waterfalls of western North Carolina, explains on Twitter that his app has gotten a one-star review for the most ridiculous possible reason: The reviewer got stung by yellow jackets while using the app.
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The TechCrunch article below is hugely applicable to our hospitality business. Restaurants/Bars/Nightclubs/Hotels, how are you going to leverage the move by consumers to mobile? Diners, what do you want from the hospitality business on mobile? Big questions sure to generate some market moving answers – the tipping point is now.
Math was never my best subject so this app is mandatory for me. Genuis! Snaps a pic of a math problem and solves it instantly.
Read all about it here.