Hango calls itself the company “that makes outings easier,” and the entity is certain it can make going to music festivals a better experience. Today, the company launched the Hango app for music festival goers, and it promises to be a vital tool for all festival attendees. “Music festival goers are looking for a fun way to engage with friends and relive their experience after the event,” Hango co-founder Phong Le stated. He continued,”Our new app fills a massive void in this space by giving attendees and festivals a platform to stay engaged before, during, and after each music festival.”
The Hango app is available on iOS and Android, and it offers festival goers several key features. The “Text and Share” feature allows attendees to start a group chat made specifically for the festival, and each member can share videos, send pictures and text messages amongst their group. The “Finding Friends” feature allows each attendee to keep track of the friends while they are all at the festival. The app has a specific locator map that will enable the individuals to keep track of one another.
For those who need information on the music festivals, such as location, ticket sales, dates, and artist lineups, the “Festival Information” will be a helpful feature. The attendees will be able to view updated information for music festivals all around the world. The Details screen on the Hango app will allow users to upload photos and videos on their device. Attendees can save and share their festival images with others, and they can also upload their photos and videos on their Hango app profile.
The Hango mobile app was founded by Phong Le, Brandon Bright, and Ryne Heath. The company is based in San Francisco, California, and it was founded in 2014. The United States holds more than 300 music festivals a year, and several festivals will take place this month. The Hangout festival will take place on May 14th through the 17th in Gulf Shores (Alabama). The artists on the lineup include Sam Smith, Foo Fighters, Skrillex, Zac Brown Band, Beck, Paramore, Lupe Fiasco, Joey Bada$$, TV On The Radio, My Morning Jacket, Spoon, Foster the People, and more.
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