New York, New York – Wave jumped on the scene as one of this summer’s hottest must-have apps and hasn’t looked back. Featured as one of the eight best apps to boost productivity by business.com, Wave offers a fresh approach to creating and sharing events on your mobile phone with your friends, taking your social life to the next level. Wave’s social network for events allows you to invite and connect with your friends, discover new events, and follow what your friends are doing so you can join their wave events and hang out with them in real life.
Just create a wave for your next event and watch it instantaneously come to life as a shared experience with your friends! It’s quick and easy to do with the all-in-one Wave, designed to let you seamlessly message your friends in real time, while seeing who is going and creating attention-getting splashes by sharing your photos and events with your friends and followers. You can even share directly to Instagram and Facebook from inside the app without any extra steps. Wave’s quick one-touch Facebook login instantly gives you access to all your Facebook friends on Wave and what they are doing. Wave is your go-to app for everything in your social life.
“Wave is fresh, and that’s how it feels,” said Scott Army Co-Founder of Wave Technologies. “It’s effortless for users to create excitement and energy about their events, and then celebrate them in real time as they capture the essence and showcase their stories. Creating a social network for events is a natural extension of everyone’s social life. We wanted to create a technology that brought people together in the real world, not push them farther apart. It’s amazing to see the incredible experiences people are sharing on Wave.”
* Easy to install, easy to use app with clean, responsive design
* One touch login with Facebook provides access to your whole social network
* Dynamic event creation, planning and organization features help create the perfect experiences
* Visibility of social calendar thru profile and showcasing of your upcoming and past events
* Options for public or private groups keep event management easy and secure
It’s never been easier to keep up with what your friends are doing than it is with Wave – or to become a social catalyst for your friends. Wave’s tour of American cities has included New York, L.A., Boston, San Francisco, and many others in 2016. Whether you’re planning a big game tailgate, rooftop barbecue, charity party or your birthday or wedding, Wave is the smart, streamlined choice for capturing your experience and bringing your friends together, from that first spark of inspiration to the end of a satisfying and successful event. The Wave app is available for free on the App Store in public beta. To learn more about Wave, visit the company’s website.
* iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
* Requires iOS 8.1 or later
* 69.7 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Wave – The Social Network For Events 1.7 is available for free to download from the iTunes Store in Social Networking Category.
Wave Technologies was founded in New York City and San Francisco in August 2015 with the goal of becoming the social network for events on mobile. The idea was born when the founders realized there was no quick and easy way to create an event on your mobile, invite your friends, and all share in the experience together in the real world. They were frustrated with the noise surrounding their social life and the lack of a go-to spot to find out what their friends were doing. Their solution was Wave – the new home for your social life. Wave is a mobile app that lets you chat, share photos and details of your event, and see who is going – all in one place. With its social network, you always know what your friends are doing and can share your experiences with them in a fun and social way. Wave brings your events to life on mobile. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2013 Wave Technologies LLC. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.