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How to Use a Party Finder App on a Night Out

09 Jul

530760d7cb39f_birthday-party.gifIf you’re planning a night out with your friends, a party finder app like Trist is just what you need to make the evening a success. Here are some ways to use the app for your night on the town.

Search for Venues

Before you head out for the night, you can use Trist to find great venues. You can even add your personal preferences to the app. When you do that, the app will show you places that will appeal to you and your friends. You can also save these venues for later. That way, when you’re planning your next night out, you’ll have a list of cool venues ready to go.

Navigate to your First Venue

Are you worried about getting lost on your way to the bar or nightclub? With a party finding app, that problem is a thing of the past. This is because the app has built-in navigation. It will guide you from your front door all the way to the entrance of the venue you’re going to. You won’t have to worry about getting lost when you’re using an app.

Keep Using the App throughout the Night

When you’re ready to leave your first venue, use your app to find your next destination. The app will show venues that are near you, so you won’t have to go far to find another fun place. You won’t have to waste time on your night out trying to find a new venue to go to—instead, you’ll be able to instantly find places to continue your partying.

An event app helps you find venues and nightclubs that have a party atmosphere. When you use an app, you’ll always be able to find the best nightlife around.

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Posted by on July 9, 2015 in Technology

 

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