With Whyline, you can save time by seeing the live wait times for any location and entering into the line remotely from any location. This way you can knowingly get to your place of choice right before your spot is going to be called instead of wasting precious time waiting in the queue.
Long gone are the days when you commit yourselves to traveling to a venue without knowing what the wait time or level of congestion is. Just as you are able to easily pull up Google Maps or Waze on your phone to find the fastest route to get to your destination, so too you are now able to navigate the crowds and skip the line at your destination of choice – all from the palm of your hand.
Wouldn’t it be nice to know what the live backlog is for your doctor’s appointment, check in remotely from your apartment or from Starbucks, see your precise wait-time until you’re going to be seen and let Whyline wait on your behalf? Or wouldn’t it be helpful to know what the live wait-time is at popular tourist attractions, restaurants, supermarkets or retail stores beforehand so you can better plan your day accordingly?
The average person spends two years of their lives waiting in line. This amounts to an unconscionable waste of time, not to mention the associated economic cost of lost wages and decreased productivity. Whyline empowers you to reclaim that lost time and to never wait in line again.
The Whyline app allows you to:
• Seamlessly search or browse places around you to see live wait times and levels of congestion at any moment in time
• Check in and enter the line virtually from any location and let Whyline wait on your behalf while you spend more free time relaxing at home, shopping or running errands
• See your spot in the queue, how many people are in front of you and the real-time wait time until you are going to be called
• Receive updates as your spot nears the front of the line
• Manage your position in the queue by moving yourself back in line if you’re running late
• Share your waiting experience with the community and help others avoid long lines