Alternative products to Partle

13 alternative and related products to Partle

Partle
Revolutionizing the way people get together

Partle is a mobile application (IOS and Android) that helps you easily organize, find and attend parties all around the world!

- Find parties and events near you.

- Easily exchange financial contributions between hosts and participants. 

- Simplify the organization of your parties and events.

13 Alternatives to Partle

Recommendations
Chris Messina
Chris Messina- Product designer & entrepreneur
Depending on what you're into (i.e. partying, clubbing, etc), this can be a useful way to find a local crowd to hang with.
Dan Fennessy
Dan Fennessy- Founder at Party with a Local
Well I'm biased, because I'm the Founder, but it's definitely an app designed to discover and connect with cool people (and meet them at events) around the world.
25 Alternatives to Party with a Local 3.0: Events

Connecting people who love to party - anytime, anywhere.

PartyWith (formerly Party with a Local) is no longer just a travel app! Being one tap away from discovering great people and great events, all over the world is central to the new app experience. PartyWith anyone, anywhere, anytime!

Around the web
Medium
I just finished an inspiring book called ' It got me thinking - why am I doing what I'm doing? Start With Why ', by Simon Sinek. It's a business book, and the name pretty much says it all, but here's a summarized version - in the author's Ted talk: Startups are tough, consumer apps especially so, and social apps, well...
TechCrunch
Having just returned from an overseas vacation where I "partied with" a number of locals met spontaneously while out at concerts, bars and other events, I can't quite wrap my head around the need for a dedicated app for travelers wanting to meet locals to hang out with - doesn't this just happen naturally?
Rating and price
6 Alternatives to PartyWith

Meet new social groups for fun nights out

Citysocializer is an online to offline social platform and community to meet new people and make new friends. Members post up and host "socials" for each other and invite anyone from the community to join them. Everyone chats together online beforehand to break the ice then meets up and has an awesome time doing something fun together.

Around the web
Evening Standard
The founder of a socialising platform that helps members across the capital form new friendships has told how she was inspired to create the app by seeing friends move to London and struggle to meet new people. Sanchita Saha, 39, is the CEO of Citysocializer, a service that helps young professionals and re-locators to London meet new friends and explore the … See more
The Telegraph
It's understandable, then, that loneliness is already acknowledged as a legitimate health concern and a widespread problem among the elderly. But in associating loneliness too heavily with one sector of society, we're ignoring an epidemic - because that's what it is - sweeping through younger generations.
Time Out New York
We're all agreed that NY is the greatest city in the world, right? We'll admit that sometimes the sheer size of the city can be intimidating, but once you shrink it down to the size of your smartphone, it's a lot easier to manage.
Metro
If you're a female millennial, chances are you grew up thinking girl squads were the standard. We listened to The Spice Girls, followed Sex and the City, and watched The Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants. Female BFFs were unavoidable, and if you didn't have a gaggle of them there was something wrong with you.
Red Online
Earlier this year, I left my job at a newspaper to go freelance. Having spent the best part of a decade in an office, I'm now working from home. Gone are the lunch breaks with colleagues, the conversations by the coffee machine. Instead, it's me and my laptop. Frankly, it's lonely.
5 Alternatives to Citysocializer

A place for people with common interests to meet IRL.

Ridiculously minimal, open source, Meetup.com alternative.

After the latest redesign meetup.com feels a bit clunky; somehow less usable. I really like the idea of Meetup though, so I thought to take a stab at creating an alternative. It will probably not meet most people’s aesthetic principles, as it is a bit eccentric, but do see for yourself!

6 Alternatives to Open Cult

Have a party delivered to your door in 60 mins or less.

Around the web
VentureBeat
The video doesn't even do it justice. I wish you could have seen it in person. A recording can't quite capture what everyone in the room felt: the need to pay attention for three minutes straight. Every time I get back from a tech conference, my friends and colleagues want to know what the highlight was.
PR.com
Los Angeles, CA, December 06, 2016 --( PR.com)-- Designed to help the everyday party goer become the ultimate event planner in just minutes, the inventors of Party on Demand created the novel party planning app that is set to launch at the end of the first quarter of 2017.
9 Alternatives to Party On Demand

Find the people. Live the night.

Nightler is a new and easy way to find your friends and identify the hot spots of a city.

· Discover new places to go out.

· Check in at restaurants, bars, clubs, cinemas, ...

· Easily find and meet friends.

· Post photos and texts to rate locations.

· Collect coupons for free drinks or meals

Launched in early 2017 in Luxembourg. Now expanding.

9 Alternatives to Nightler

Do things with people nearby

Present helps you find things to do with people nearby. Discover parties, sports, hobbies, events, and more. Join circles of local friends and neighbors who share your interests. Chat, share photos, and do more together. Version 2.0 introduces friending and private circles making it easier than ever to connect and make plans with friends nearby.

8 Alternatives to Present 2.0
Discover your next favorite thing

Product Hunt surfaces the best new products, every day. It's a place for product-loving enthusiasts to share and geek out about the latest mobile apps, websites, hardware projects, and tech creations.