November 20, 2013 (New York, NY)

SeatGeek, the leading ticket search engine, today announced the release of its very first Android application, complementing the company’s previously release mobile applications for iPhone and iPad.

“With the addition of our very first native Android app, we’re thrilled that we can now serve the vast majority of mobile users with a native SeatGeek experience tailored to their device” said Russ D’Souza, co-Founder of SeatGeek. “We’ve seen Android traffic to grow by 50% in just a matter of 3 months, so it’s exciting to finally offer up a best-in-class product to help Android users discover the absolute best deals on event tickets.”

SeatGeek for Android includes all of the same features and functionality of SeatGeek’s iOS applications, which have been featured on the home page of the iTunes App Store three times since their launch in December 2012. SeatGeek for Android offers a way for consumers to search over 100+ ticket sites at once – ranging from major providers like TicketsNow, TicketNetwork and Ebay all the way down to individual brokers and ticket agencies.

Once users find an event they’re interested in on SeatGeek for Android, they’ll be able to explore ticketing options in the venue using immersive interactive maps that detail tickets down to the row level and provide real life view-from-seat images to help consumers understand the view those tickets will provide.

The free SeatGeek for Android app is currently available in the Google Play store at this link

About SeatGeek

SeatGeek is the leading ticket search engine that enables fans to quickly and easily discover the best deals for sports, concert, and theater events. The company’s Deal Score™, dynamic stadium maps and detailed ticket metrics provide fans with the buying intelligence needed to find the best prices on trusted secondary ticket markets.

Founded in 2009, SeatGeek is a venture-backed company based in New York City.

Last Updated on November 23, 2013