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YPlan

Tonight's Going Out App

It is time to go out! YPlan gives you a hint for the most memorable events every day. Take your time in a city to explore and make your best experience! Get the most amazing news for food, attractions, art, culture, shopping, and nightlife in one place! It is available for 108 cities, so make your list, book and go!

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Arif Akhmedzade- TRANZZO LTD.
Nice app from facebook, uses also geolocation and has all necessary information.
Can Comertoglu- Product @OneDrive (prev: Vimeo, Amzn)
Pretty much the simplest - create an event, and you can manage everything you asked for (send invites, collect RSVPs, location, time) and allows for a simple way for folks to send photos/videos they take to the group page so everyone has access!
Gary Fung- Creator of isoHunt & WonderSwipe
Convenience. There's no point to Eventbrite anymore, when they neither have Facebook's user or well designed invitation flow.
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Meetup for iOS and Android

Discover groups that are all about the things you love

Meetup brings people together in thousands of cities to do more of what they want to do in life. It is organized around one simple idea: when we get together and do the things that matter to us, we’re at our best. And that’s what Meetup does. It brings people together to do, explore, teach and learn.

Bharath Srinivas
Meetup is another medium that helps you to search for a common interest, meet interesting people and start new friendships
Vinh Pham- 🤤
Meetup is a great way to find groups with similar interests in your area. Like Star Wars? There's probably a group for that. Want to meet up with like-minded entrepreneurs, then you'll probably find that too.
Graham Campbell- 🚀 new ventures, faster
Meetup has an awesome design & UX, and it has grown a pretty solid user base among locals in most cities
Mashable
WeWork's global empire continues to expand. The $20 billion coworking startup is reportedly set to acquire social networking service Meetup, according to Crunchbase . Meetup CEO Scott Heiferman reportedly told employees about the acquisition on Monday, and mentioned a $30 million figure - but it's not clear "if that was an acquisition price, or a reference t… See more
WIRED
As a company, Meetup has long embraced its position as a small, mission-driven operation. While other social software companies from the Web 2.0 era, such as Facebook and LinkedIn, focused on keeping their users on their sites for as long as possible, Meetup's purpose was always to get people off the internet.
21 Alternatives to Meetup for iOS and Android

BaeLife

Your personal date night planner, powered by Foursquare

BaeLife is a webapp & daily newsletter full of ideas on what to cook, what to watch, where to go out, and what to talk about.

It pulls in data from a ton of sources like Foursquare, Rotten Tomatoes, Food52, Spotify, Vox, and more.

The goal is to spend more time enjoying date night, rather than plan it.

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