Thrillist Comes to Android for Select Markets
Popular lifestyle publication, Thrillist, has come to Android today, bringing hand-picked recommendations for food, drinks, shopping, and more. Even though the free application only works in fifteen markets across the US and UK, we expect it will still be rather popular. Thrillist has over 2.3 million daily subscribers, many of which live in these top markets. Among many other details, the app features videos, check-ins, sharing options, and mini-games.
A supplement to Thrillist’s free daily email and website (www.Thrillist.com), Thrillist for Android narrows down the dizzying scope of your city with Thrillist’s handpicked local recommendations for EATING, DRINKING, SHOPPING and MORE. Users can search, sort and share articles from Thrillist’s extensive vault of local content, all organized by the nearest, newest and most popular places.
Thrillist for Android includes coverage for Atlanta, Austin, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Las Vegas, London, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Philadelphia, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle and Washington, D.C. If you don’t have a free Thrillist account, you’ll want to do that immediately!
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