Plan the Party Together

Have you ever tried to plan an activity with a group of friends and through the process end up feeling like you’re getting nowhere on making a collective decision? I’m here to tell you there’s a solution to that madness. Check out the app Ignite.

The guys hanging out

This meet up app provides you the opportunity to create an event as early as the idea stage and invite private or public social circles, as well as friends straight from your contacts.  Once you send it, they receive a text to download the app or open it up if they already have it.  Anyone interested can join and add their ideas to the mix. Times and locations can be suggested and voted on to see what works for everyone without redundant conversations. You and others in the group can even create polls to gauge interest in different options as well as create lists on who wants to take on what responsibilities. And of course there’s a tracking system for who’s coming and who’s not.  You get notified only about the important event updates, no spam.

This app shares the responsibility of making large group plans and diminishes the hassle and stress involved in event planning, scheduling, and organizing. The user interface is extremely easy to use and makes for a less confusing experience overall. This productive app has had fantastic reviews on iTunes so go save yourself unnecessary stress and download it today. Ignite is available for free on iOS and Android devices.

For more reviews check these out:

Inner Group

Alarm Caller


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