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Applauze Launches in Canada: Buy Events Tickets Easily [Review]

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If you’re looking for tickets to concerts, sports or the theatre Applauze will help you find them, buy them and invite your friends to come too.

Narrowing your search is really easy to do
Narrowing your search is really easy to do
The large images and simple UI are what makes Applauze beautiful
The large images and simple UI are what makes Applauze beautiful

Applauze is a beautiful app. After you open Applauze and sign-in you’re immediately shown events in your area. Using the menu bars at the top and bottom of the screen you can refine what events are shown. For example, you can have only concerts in and around Toronto listed, or show all events in your area coming soon. Also, Applauze saves your credit card information, so buying tickets only takes a few taps. Which might be bad news for people prone to impulse buying.

I had an easy time using Applauze. I had no trouble finding lots of events in my area, although they were mostly at large venues. I liked that the menu bars at the top and bottom of the screen moved out of view when I scrolled down through the event list, as this gave me a full view of the poster images of the events. One more thing, though Applauze is officially only available in 5 major Canadian cities (Montreal, Toronto, Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver) I was also able to find events in London, Kitchener, Guelph and Hamilton. So I believe it’s safe to say that if you live near an established venue you’ll be able to buy tickets to events there through Applauze.

Once you add your credit card buying tickets is fast
Once you add your credit card buying tickets is fast
It's pays to invite friends
Applauze actually pays you to invite friends

If you are looking for a fast and easy way to find and buy tickets to music, sports and theatre events you can download Applauze for free from the App Store here. Then, let us know if buying tickets with only a few taps is good or bad news for you.

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  • Al

    For the most part, it’s a ticket scalper. Which can sometimes be hit & miss at actually getting the tickets, not to mention over-paying.

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