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Discussion in 'iOS Apps' started by jlake02, Nov 6, 2008.
Just when I thought I'd seen it all... this new application finds toilets!
Interesting...........but useless. I work in manhattan and whenever you need a bathroom, you can always go into a bar, coffee shop like starbucks, or hotel and use a bathroom. There is always one of the above on every block.
Woah... this app would have been incredibly handy 3 months ago when I was in Africa.
... then again, they probably don't have 3G all over the streets there like in the US.
or Edge for that matter.
I can see it now... "There is a banana tree located 30 meters north of your current position."
Why would I need an app to tell me when all I need to do is find the nearest wall. Or tree. Or ex-GF's front-door.
Sure, bathrooms themselves aren't hard to find, but I think you forgot to read the app description: "It's for the discerning, on-the-go defecator who is brave enough to use a public bathroom, but still demands a hygienic and private bathroom experience." So basically it's an app that looks for clean toilets where you can do #2 without much bother.
Suddenly the app takes on a whole new, unexpected level!
Be useless on a Saturday night. Lamposts and trees do the job.
Unless of course your a lady and don't fancy squatting.
How's it do this? Are there cams?
But, seriously, this is a useful app. Sometimes when I am travelling, it is hard to find a bathroom to use. The other problem, I wonder if this discriminates between public bathrooms and ones that are "customer only" ones.
this is ONE funny application!
We are actually the developers of SitOrSquat....thanks for the chatter; like all the info we can possibly get guys. As for the userbase; the majority are travelers and women....imagine traveling to china and having no idea how to say "Where's the bathroom?"
By the way we've officially started a complete redesign for V2, give us a couple of weeks....but it is coming....
As the app says, there's a community-authored database that it links to. If you go to their site, you can see that you can submit a new toilet -- each of which is rated for cleanliness, privacy and accessibility. Users can also leave comments, though not sure if you can do that on the app itself.
On SitOrSquat you can add it from your iPhone with pics straight away; our app is live over the internet to over 40K toilets, they've got 200...lol....plus we have ratings, comments, direct dial, directions and we are already world wide....cheers guys....back to v2....which will blow your socks off....just a couple of weeks away.....rock on....Jon
Blow our socks off or our underwear?
Damn that's a funny name! Go SitOrSquat!