Jan 31, 2013
Check-in apps can be rather pedantic, but Evzdrop promises a better solution for the user who wants to share where they are and what they do without being boring and annoying their friends. That’s because Evzdrop is in and of itself a social network, encouraging its users to write Twitter-esque microblogs at the places that they check in at. Thus, a check-in becomes a story of what happens at that specific time and place, and users can also share photos of the places they’re at. Locations can also respond to their check-ins, and even offer special deals to those who check-in, or just provide feedback on bad experiences. Users can also follow locations to see what other people are doing at those locations â€“ for example, following a sports stadium to see what people at the events are taking photos of. The app already has a community built around it from its iOS launch, and is now available on Android on Google Play.