Yeah, I’ve done zero promotion on it. A few friends use it, which has been great for ironing out all the little niggles. I’m using it more and more now. It’s great for finding things you’d never find on your own.
And that’s it’s key USP: FndOut is about discovery not search.
I’m definitely stable enough for broader use now.
A friend from the US toured Europe for three months recently and used it a lot. He’s a tough nut. A real Apple/interface nitpicker. He nitpicked, but still used it and found stuff all over he’d have missed. It helped find late night hotels, places to eat, things to do.
It is a web-site, rather than an app, but it is responsive, and I spent a bunch of time last week tweeking the mobile side. It’s not far off an app now. The one thing I will be doing soon is adding a slide out panel – since those are a big deal now. It won’t be much work, but will make navigation a lot easier.
Please do try it. While I’d love to be Google rich my real (and more realistic) aim is to connect people in the real world with things to do in the real world.
None of us know half of the stuff going on very close to us, and I want to make it so that folk can find those things. Myself included!