It's a fun time to be building a ticketing app. Mobile ticketing right now is where photo sharing was four years ago (i.e. awful). We're changing that.
A few weeks ago we launched first version of the SeatGeek Android app. Until then, buying a sports/concert ticket on Android involved staring at a fuzzy 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 10% done. The map/search experience works well, but it's missing authentication, tracking, recommendations, notifications, tablet support, seamless purchasing, and much more.
Mobile apps are a big focus for our company. There are three folks at SeatGeek working fulltime on our iOS app (and we're looking for a fourth), and only one person working half-time on the Android app. We build this initial version using (excellent) freelancer. We badly need to catch up on Android and grow a team that mirrors our iOS team. We're looking for someone to lead that charge.