The Music's gig guide partner Whatslively has launched a new version giving users an even more exciting and bespoke gig guide experience.
Sydney tech company Whatslively has revealed a brand new design and user experience as they aim to curate every single live music event, large and small, for Australia's music lovers.
The app, which powers TheMusic.com.au's gig listings has been completely overhauled to provide a personalised experience, tapping in to users Spotify or Apple music habits to curate a list of shows just for them.
For the first time ever, music fans in Australia can now see any live music gig no matter what size, whether it’s a concert or music festival, a regional pub gig or a major national arena tour, updated daily on the Whatslively website and app.
What's Lively has been made for all live music fans in Australia to help them discover new live music experiences and the app is especially made for the concert enthusiast who wishes to receive more customisation and planning tools.
“We have a team of local engineers and content experts who help maintain the most comprehensive live music guide that exists in the world, and build powerful planning tools to help live music fans get out to more live music” said Whatslively co-founder Trishanth Chandrahasan.
“Following several years of tough times and strict lockdowns across Australia, we thought it’s now more important than ever to equip Australians with world leading technology solutions to help them enjoy more live music, and ensure venues are always full”
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Whatslively initially launched as a niche concert tracker app in 2014, building a strong community of core live music fans in Australia, but has now since evolved the platform into a more accessible and wide ranging solution.
The new app and website boasts a compelling visual design accompanied by features that will delight any live music fan. From inviting friends to a concert, to getting reminders to buy tickets, to tour predictions, to intelligent curation, WhatsLively will continue to grow tools to make live music experiences more accessible to all fans.