Spot App Review (iOS): Finding Hot Spots

April 16, 2016 - Finding Carter

There’s usually so many “location” apps we can use during any given time. All of them try to offer something different, though in a end, they’re competing with Yelp or Tripadvisor, that have some of a biggest userbases in a app space. That miss of support with Spot kind of drags it down a bit.

In ubiquitous when browsing a renouned app like Yelp, we can see hundreds of reviews and opinions, differentiate by them, and make a preference for yourself. With Spot, we can’t unequivocally do that. That’s in partial since it’s a new experience, though also since it doesn’t unequivocally concede that in-house. For a many part, Spot’s highlights or reviews are sponsored or professional, and usually offer a name few viewpoints. This is all accessed by logging in, mind, with a Facebook comment or a apart email address.

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From there, we can utterly simply crop tighten locations by category, that includes food, coffee, drinks, and stores that are “open now.” Immediately after loading adult suggested spots we saw a few informed places and several locations that I’ve never been to, so goal achieved there. Clicking one brings adult a nice, purify UI, with a amicable network to foot that’s in-house, a favorite system, plcae information (hours, phone number, and website) and a aforementioned veteran reviews.

The thought of removing inextricable with nonetheless another amicable network on tip of a miss of different opinions will substantially spin off many people who are enticed by Spot, that is a shame. it takes some digging, though a interface is good finished and over time, it could be a contender in this space. For now, it needs work.

You can download a Spot app for giveaway in a iTunes App Store.

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