Jigglist Adds Time Scheduling Feature to Help Couples Meet on Valentines Day

In response to Valentines day, the messaging app Jigglist has added Time Scheduling feature to the application. The idea behind the app is that couples do not need to answer the “when and where can we meet?” texts again. Finding the right time to meet and book a restaurant table on this Valentines day should be fun and simple.

New York, NY, February 11, 2015 --(PR.com)-- Since launching in November of 2014, people are using Jigglist to plan exciting events such as a night out with friends, exploring trendy restaurants, or going out for brunch. Besides pulling data from other services such as Google and Yelp, the app makes it easy to find a venue based on everyone’s interests.

The new feature is an innovative solution that can help people' scheduling questions by showing the best times from everyone’s predefined schedule — individuals or groups can chat or meet at a time that suits everyone.

Jigglist is popular among business clients, students, and friends, who can now easily coordinate the best times to book dinner, meet up, or have a fun night out.

About Jigglist:
Founded by Gil Dantas, Rohey Livne and Yoni Livne, Jigglist was created during Valentine’s day in 2014. The idea behind the app is to make planning a night out with friends easier and more intuitive by integrating third-party APIs such as Open Table, Yelp, Google Maps, and Uber.

A leader in next-generation mobile applications, Jigglist incorporates chat, search, maps, reviews, and scheduling into a seamless mobile experience.
Rohey Livne
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