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Whether you drive into the city, take a train, get dropped off by a parachute, or reside there full-time, you probably have been accosted by any number of eager individuals promoting comedy clubs, gentlemen’s clubs, music venues, even the Empire State Building. Is there no easy and trustworthy way to narrow down the options to find exactly what you’re looking for?
Sites like Yelp! and Foursquare offer a slew of reviews and support the user with thoroughly supplied location-specific information, but the reviews are written by people you likely don’t know, and sometimes they may seem to overlook you, the user, as an individual. UrbanDaddy is also an eminent lifestyle and nightlife website that introduces and familiarizes us with brand new venues as they open, but an editorial can seem limited, as a single author tends to take on a specific tone in presenting a venue—pushing what he or she may judge as the most important aspects of a place.
As we continue through the age of data, knowledge and information become more democratically available. This means you don’t have to waste time comparing reviews from anonymous users to (hopefully) find a place or event that will suit you. Meet TAABS: the iOS application that helps you find a nightlife venue based on preferred criteria you select yourself. In their words, “No more long reviews written by people you don’t know. No more biased and inaccurate information. At TAABS, our goal is to make venue search as quick, easy, and informative as possible.”
TAABS is an up-and-coming application, launching soon, whose primary goal is to not only walk you through finding what nightlife venue best suits your wants and needs, but also to get to know you in the process. Forget following sites and waiting for them to feed you. Dig in! Want to find a place that currently offers a Happy Hour? Need to find a good date spot with dim lighting and a romantic ambiance? Getting a group together for trivia, karaoke, and late night dining? Whatever the case is, whenever the night, it helps to have access to every venue in the city, and to narrow down your options through a user-based
Not convinced? Take a look at the graphic design and interface at www.taabs.com. Should be really cool!
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