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. it's awful). We're changing that.
A few months ago we launched first version of the SeatGeek iOS app. Until then, buying a sports/concert ticket on a phone had involved staring at a fuzzy map of a stadium and trying to figure out where you'd sit. The iOS app has the first interactive (i.e. Google Maps-style) seating charts on phone, and they're big and gorgeous.
We want to bring that same evolution to Android. But we don't just want to "port the iOS app to Android"...we want to build an elegant, Android-specific experience that takes advantage of the strengths and subtleties of the platform. We want SeatGeek to define what it's like to buy tickets on Android for the next ten years, and we're looking for someone to lead the charge.