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Friday, April 6, 2012

Happy Easter: New iPhone App Will Help You Find the Latest and Gayest Events in Town

Posted By on Fri, Apr 6, 2012 at 3:32 PM

click to enlarge There's an app for that? - HANNA QUEVEDO
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  • There's an app for that?

We all know how colorful San Francisco is -- especially on Easter, when the much-anticipated Hunky Jesus contest takes over Dolores Park. Joining in the LGBT community's celebration of everything Easter and all things gay is Wsup Now, a local company offering a new iPhone app that will help queer Jesuses across San Francisco find the next gay party.

As a Happy Easter present, the company is offering the app for free until midnight on Sunday, April 8.

Whether you're a local or visiting, this new app uses your location to provide up-to-date LGBT events happening around San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York, Las Vegas, Chicago, and Seattle -- some of the best gay destinations. The app operates much like the website's gallery of event images -- everything can be filtered by city, time, date, and event type with the touch of your finger.

The app, which is normally $1.99 on iTunes, is the first comprehensive gay and lesbian event finder app for the iPhone. It's aimed to make it easier and more convenient for users to find local parties. It will allow users to group upcoming events in a list available on your phone, and you can even post photos using the app while at events. 

You can download the app for free here.

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