It's a fun time to be building a ticketing app. Mobile ticketing right now is where photo sharing was five years ago (i.e. awful). We're changing that.
At the end of last year we launched the first version of the SeatGeek Android app. Until then, buying a sports/concert ticket on Android involved staring at a static map of a stadium and trying to figure out where you'd sit. The app has the first interactive (i.e. Google Maps-style) seating charts on Android. They're big and gorgeous.
But the app is only 20% done. The map/search experience works well, but the app is missing authentication, tracking, recommendations, notifications, seamless purchasing, and much more.
Mobile apps are a big focus for us. Our iOS app had a bit of a head start and already has over a million users. Our goal is not to clone our iOS app on Android; we're building something that's purposefully, willfully for Android, through and through. We hope it defines sports and music on the platform.