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Your Their night in 3 clicks or less

Coming soon to Android and iOS

If you haven’t already, sign up for early access here:

Early Access CLOSED! 

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Easy to browse

Participants loved that nyt lyf is easy to browse.
(Which can be useful after a few drinks)

Independent

Participants liked that nyt lyf was curated independent from venues / promoters and trusted its opinions.

Local

Participants liked that nyt lyf was built and curated by local people who actually go to bars and clubs in the city.

Market research carried out in Q1 & Q2 2019

Nyt lyf’s supplementary channels

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Active Users

Nytlyf learned that on average club-goers went out twice per month.

Therefore I monitored nyt lyf’s current 14 day active users (14DAU) and found that despite nyt lyf has carried out (1) zero marketing outside of isolated trials, (2) the current download process is not well known and (3) the app only displayed 3 recurring clubnights, nyt lyf is already experiencing 100 14DAU.

More data available on request

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Nyt lyf was designed and built by me, an Aberdonian college student who likes music and drinking.

Since I started working on this project I have learned that Aberdeen has so much more night life opportunities than I had anticipated.

The original app was only supposed to focus on bars drink offers and recurring events like Quizzes or cheap mid-week cocktails, however, due to the feedback I have received (mostly that people don’t know what’s actually on) I want to divert that focus towards Aberdeen’s bangin’ music scene.

If your interested in having your venue listed or club night shared please get in touch, there are zero charges and no catch.

💌 mail@nytlyf.app

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NEW ABERDEEN NYTLYF APP WILL SOLVE THE PROBLEM OF DECIDING WHERE TO GO ON A NIGHT OUT

Have you ever spent your evening in Aberdeen questioning what bar to visit or find yourself venturing to the same nightclub every weekend? Well, those days will soon be behind you.

A new app, developed by an Aberdeen student aims to put an end to these problems “within three clicks or less”.

Read the article

 

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