Get involved: Send pictures, video, news and views - text NEWS SHOPPER to 80360 or email us
Nights out made easier with smartphone app
FOR anyone that has ever traipsed around London late at night with no idea which club they should end the night in and then found only gargantuan queues, there is an app for you.
Fixr is a new, one-of-a-kind iPhone and android app which lets you search for and book tickets to an increasing range of great venues, including the likes of Pacha, Ministry of Sound, Village Underground and Rhythm Factory.
And it has launched at the perfect time, with the big nights of Christmas Eve and New Year just around the corner.
According to Fixr, there will have been 124 million visits to nightclubs this year yet 17 per cent of people don’t like the music in the clubs they end up going, 34 per cent are put off by queues and only 21 per cent of men and 30 per cent of women decide where to finish a night before they go out.
Fixr promises to make it easier to find the music you like on your smartphone, making it easier to spontaneously where you want to go.
And you can book paperlessly via the app, meaning you shouldn’t have to queue.
Go to http://fixr-app.com
- Bexley X Factor winner Sam Bailey expecting third child
- Telegraph Hill arts festival returns in April
- Names added to British Summer Time at Hyde Park bill
- Festivals: Nile Rodgers and Chic added to Bestival line-up
- More big names added to Hop Farm Festival bill