Want to lead mobile development at a startup? If so, read on…
First, a little background: We recently launched the first version of the SeatGeek iPhone app. I humbly believe this app represents a leap forward for ticketing on iOS. No one has yet launched an app with interactive stadium maps; our app has big, gorgeous, fully interactive maps of over 3,000 venues.
We cobbled the app together using several freelancers and several folks on the SeatGeek dev team. As we progressed along, we became increasingly more convinced of two things: (1) this app has the potential to be damn cool; we need to go all-in on the iOS app for the long haul and (2) we need someone on our team who’s 100% focused on the app. Hence this job.
Check out the app in the app store. The initial version is a razor blade rather than a Swiss Army Knife; we tried to do one thing (mapping) well at the expense of everything else. So there's still loads more to be done. With that said, the app has already earned acclaim:
Want to get notified when my new shows gets announced?Track me on SeatGeek (seatgeek.com/m) and never miss a tour date— Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) December 11, 2012