February 10, 2012
If you are an iPhone-toting concert lover, chances are you’re going to love this upcoming iPhone app I’m about to share with you. Ladies and gentlemen, I give you StagePage. Apparently, it's an app that came about as a result of its developer’s need to capture the memories of attending concerts and storing them in one place. Alexa Miller, the developer of the app who is obviously a frequent concert-goer herself, says that she hopes for StagePage to be “a virtual concert scrapbook of sorts.” StagePage doesn't come out until this Sunday, Feb. 12, but here's a video to pique your interest. The video, shown below, is a sneak peek at what's in store for those eager to get the app once it becomes available. It’s also an instructive how-to session in which Alexa explains what StagePage can do. If you can’t see the embedded video above, please click here. Sporting an interface that looks really well thought out, StagePage is an app that will let you create pages effectively collating your memories of the concerts you have gone to or are about to attend. Not only will this app help you with the problem of losing tickets stubs, and forgetting the concert set lists you want to remember, it will also encourage you to upload media from your favorite live performances. Of course, you can share your StagePage creations with your friends via social media. As stated, StagePage is available for the iPhone beginning Feb. 12. One of my favorite bands, Dashboard Confessional, is stopping in at a nearby concert grounds in March, and I can already see myself being busy with StagePage immediately after the show.