New App, Mind the Queue, Gives Buyers Info Regarding Release Locations and Availability for PS4 Launch This Thursday

Users of Mind The Queue will be able to log wait times and boast to family, friends, and co-workers how long the wait is to grab one of the hottest items to hit the market this season. According to 78 x 36 Productions, a developer of applications, the app can reveal how many people are waiting in line, which locations are offering the earliest release events, and availability of product, all the while uploaded by users instantaneously to Twitter and Facebook.

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Mind The Queue Now Available On Apple App Store

One of the most anticipated console launches yet.

San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) November 14, 2013

Users of Mind The Queue can be the first to log wait times and boast to family, friends, and co-workers how long the wait is to grab one of the hottest items to hit the market this season. According to 78 x 36 Productions, a developer of applications, the app can reveal how many people are waiting in line, which locations are offering the earliest release events, and availability of product, all the while uploaded by users instantaneously to Twitter and Facebook.

The PlayStation 4, according to Best Buy's website is, "One of the most anticipated console launches yet". Starting with PS4, long queues at upcoming releases are anticipated for the Xbox One midnight release November 22, Hunger Games movie release the same day, and Black Friday shopping sales lines beginning Thanksgiving evening Thursday November 28. Getting relevant queue information can be the difference between grabbing one of these items, and averting waiting in subsequent long line after long line.

Mind The Queue aspires to give hope and be a great resource for users during the busy holiday season.

Mind The Queue application now available on Apple App Store, gives instant real time wait times at everyday locations and special occasions. Users can tag a wait time queue to any place or event. Trends are identified, options for waiting in long lines are available, and local deals are accessible. Some examples of the locations and events tagged are: restaurants, DMV, sporting events, phone releases, shoe releases, game releases, Black Friday shopping, movie openings, concerts, and airport security wait time queues.


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