Ticketmaster Releases iOS App

Ticketing industry leader Ticketmaster has finally unveiled its iOS app for iPhone, iPad and related Apple devices just in time for the summer concert season. It appears Ticketmaster took the look and feel of partner company Live Nation’s app and added the ability to scan the user’s music collection to generate a list of events they might be interested in.

Up until a few weeks ago Live Nation app users had the advantage of not having to enter a Captcha code, but currently for both apps you do have to enter that code which is even harder to see on a small screen than on a desktop. Just as with the Live Nation app, Ticketmaster app users can get onsale updates about events and find out about last-minute tickets. We’ll be interested to see what kind of luck users have with the new app for high-demand onsales. Head to the App Store to download the Ticketmaster app for free and be sure to keep us posted on your experience(s).

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3 thoughts on “Ticketmaster Releases iOS App

  1. Chris Reply

    I had great luck with the Live Nation app last month for the Red Hot Chili Peppers (back when there was no captcha). The web was showing it as “sold out”, but the app was still pulling tickets.

    Today for Fiona Apple was a different story… it sucked. The captcha was a pain in the ass and it came up *sold out* right away… (granted, it’s a smaller venue with very few tickets).

  2. Mary Reply

    I haven’t had any luck with the live nation app, or the ticketmaster apps. I always end up just going to frontrowtickets.com to get my tickets. No hassles.

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