Ain’t nuthin’ like punching outta work, amirite? Tipping your cap to bossman and walking out the door. “Sayonara, sucker!” Ooo boy it’s just the greatest, and you can’t help but smile. Maybe you reward yourself for getting through the day, maybe with an ice-cream sandwich and a stroll through the neighborhood. “Look at all these buildings,” you say to yourself, licking chocolate sandwich-residue from your fingers. “I wonder what’s inside? What sorts of activities are people doing in there? Can I play too?!”
Well put down your pre-dinner dessert and grab your phone (and maybe a napkin). You need to check out Gravy, the app that lets you know what’s going on inside all those buildings. “Couldn’t I just look through the windows?” No that’s insane–how are you going to search miles and miles of buildings for activities you might be interested in? Far better to let the internet do that for you. It’s good at that sort of thing, plus it has informative descriptions and classifications that learn what you like and tailor recommendations to you. But all you really need are options–fun things to do nearby–and you’re good. Everything else is just gravy.
See what I did there? Nailed it.
Alright that’s enough fun for now. Let’s get down to business. Let’s ask the hard-hitting, life-changing question every app review requires: are you going to use Gravy in your life, or are you going to download it, take a look-see and then forget it forever? I’ll be honest (because to be anything else makes me sick): my phone is full of apps I’ll never use. It’s the product of a vicious cycle; my friend shows me something cool, I download it, decide it’s cool (or not) and then move on with my life as if the whole thing never happened. You might be the same, it’s possible. I don’t know, I don’t know who you are. You could be anybody. It’s a world wide web out there.
Well I got news for you, stranger. The answer is “Yes!” Gravy could be easily integrated into your planning routine. It is intuitive and informative, and works locationally and in real time. During that moment when you don’t know what to do Friday night (or Thursday night, or Wednesday night), click a couple phone buttons and educate yourself. There are fun things going on all around you every day. Gravy aggregates these events, activities, and general goings-on so that you don’t have to. Fifteen different small(ish) concerts within five miles. Karaoke tonight, just around the corner. Fiddler On The Roof next weekend. How else are you gonna find out about these things? Gravy is a must-have if you’re trying to go out and do stuff. Tell your friends! Tell your mother! Write it in a letter and send it to yourself via snail mail so you get it in a week! All aboard the gravy train baby! Choo-Choo!