'FairEats' Food Finder App for the MN State Fair Available Now
Fairgoers won’t miss a single bite with the FairEats route planner app, available on both iOS and Android phones.
Minneapolis – August 5, 2018 – Newly released app FairEats is a personalized route planner for the MN State Fair that finds the best path based on the foods and beverages that users select.
“For many people, the food is the main event at the Minnesota State Fair,” said Kayla Bogucki, marketing manager, “FairEats allows them to get the most out of the day, whether they want to try new foods, stick to the classics or do both!”
The FairEats app, which runs on iPhone and Android devices, makes it easy for users to navigate the fair. Fairgoers simply select food vendors from a comprehensive list or use the search bar to find a specific food or beverage. Users can also type in a general descriptor like “gluten free” or “new” to see all that apply. When users are at the fair, the step count to each booth is shown based on their current location, allowing fairgoers to quickly identify the nearest option. Once foods are selected, click Find Foods to see the optimal route on an easy-to-follow map. Users’ location will also display on the map through GPS so fairgoers can effortlessly track their progress along the route.
Developed by avid fans of the fair, FairEats delivers a user experience tailored to the target audience. “We know users will have their hands full at the State Fair,” said Matt Bogucki, the app developer, “FairEats is designed to be easy to use in one hand so that you can have a corn dog, milkshake or stroller in the other hand.”
FairEats is available for purchase for $0.99 in the Apple App Store and Google Play store.
KaibaWare LLC, the developer of FairEats, is owned by a husband and wife team who were both born and raised in Minnesota and attended the University of St. Thomas. FairEats is KaibaWare’s first published app.
The Minnesota State Fair is not affiliated, associated or connected with the ‘FairEats’ app, nor has it endorsed or sponsored the ‘FairEats’ app. Further, the Minnesota State Fair has not licensed any of its intellectual property to the ‘FairEats’ app.