The music won't load on a good bit of the artist but it has all the show times and where everyone is playing at but it crashes a lot when you run it for a little while makes uses a lot of battery
What was the point other than band descriptions? The app didn't notify you of any schedule changes. Wasn't that supposed to be the purpose? Even if it did notify you of an addition, if didn't tell you about the cancelation in the first place. Also would have been nice to have food options and locations and an actual usable, dare I say, interactive map. Or at least something that you could search a food type and find out where it was located. I'm sure the vendors would have appreciated that. As others mentioned, favoriting is not the same as scheduling.
Firefly App was Spectacular! Knew when and where to be for every event! Got great camping and weather advice !
No attention to detail. • The maps are laughably blurry, making them practically useless. • The favorite button in the performance list is so close to the oversized scrollbar that you're far more likely to jump randomly through the list than mark the artist. • Marking a performance actually marks *all* performances by that artist, which is quite frankly asinine if you're trying to build a coherent schedule.
FIX THE MAPS The update has been out for a week or so, and still no change to fix the problem where maps don't show up. Not surprising; for a festival that takes social media so seriously, Red Frog has some terrible IT management.