Startups like Lyft, WillCall, HotelTonight, Wrapp and Just Eat are vying to be defining apps of the last-second economy.
Venture capitalists are optimistic that on-demand mobile services are no fad.
The mobile-only commerce experience is super-lightweight, and you can trust it to only send you to see bands and DJs that are actually great on stage.
If you’re not part of the insider-y music-geek club known as WillCall, it’s time for a wake-up call.
WillCall’s strength is that it doesn’t force you to wade through dozens of choices. It’s like your cool friend that always knows what’s up. You just follow along, and suddenly you’re having fun.
The coolest, most convenient ticket app around.
It’s going to be a great last minute option for busy, workin-type folks, procrastinators, and more to snatch up those day-of tickets and get out on the town.
A pretty unique model to sell tickets to all types of shows and concerts at the last minute and get your ass off of the couch.
The coolest part of WillCall — besides enabling poor planners and procrastinators of the world — is its attempt to capture the inherently social nature of concert-going.
Equivalent of being friends with someone who works at a record store and knows way too much about music, without having to be friends with that person.
A great concept for filling those often unsold seats.
This app is a phenomenal idea. It could create its own addiction.
Aims to solve the conundrum of finding affordable last-minute event tickets.
The app isn’t a free-for-all — there’s a matter of taste involved.
One for venues and promoters to partner with.
Best Apps from Day 1 of Demo Day