During years of traveling overseas with the military, Franco Garcia, creator of the app Eventago, noticed that it was difficult to locate individual artists, bands or other musical groups unless they were already famous. Many talented musicians were playing in small venues which no one ever heard about. Garcia decided to change this by creating an app that allowed users to promote and find events that others might not know about, and Eventago was born. Now, the creator has launched an IndieGoGo campaign to raise funds for the development and production of an Android version of this app.
Eventago promotes and encourages events about which others may not be aware, helping music lovers to find and connect with artists in their favorite genres. It can be used by artists who are searching for work and want to share their talents with their community; businesses who are looking for ways to promote artists without spending a fortune on marketing; and users who can filter their social choices to become familiar with the events going on in their cities.
According to the creator, “Eventago is an all-in-one app that promotes, builds, and shares. The important part about living in the age of social media is to not forget to actually socially interact with each other.” This app helps users to do just that by easily locating events in which they may have an interest.
The Apple version of the app has already been released. Now, the creator has launched an IndieGoGo campaign at https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/eventago-app-android-version#/story to raise development funds for the Android version. Pledges are $20 each and allow the donor to become a tester of the first Android release of the app.
For more information, see the IndieGoGo page.
Eventago is an app that allows users to find information about all types of events and musical groups playing in their geographic location. The creator of this app, which is already available in Apple format, has launched an IndieGoGo campaign to raise funds for Android development.