Passport to Downtown Evanston

Passport to Downtown Evanston


The Evanston app is your connection between you and the stores you love. A digital neighborhood guide in your pocket!

Offers, loyalty punchcards, maps, updates from merchants and more, all specific to Evanston, Illinois and run by the Downtown Evanston SSA.

Features:
- promotions
- loyalty punchcards (e.g. "Buy 5, get 1 free" cards)
- business directory
- store directions
- community announcements and events

Recent changes:
- Migrated to HTML5 Platform
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Free
68
3.4
User ratings
14
Installs
1,000+
Concerns
5
File size
1312 kb
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About Passport to Downtown Evanston
The Evanston app is your connection between you and the stores you love. A digital neighborhood guide in your pocket!

Offers, loyalty punchcards, maps, updates from merchants and more, all specific to Evanston, Illinois and run by the Downtown Evanston SSA.

Features:
- promotions
- loyalty punchcards (e.g. "Buy 5, get 1 free" cards)
- business directory
- store directions
- community announcements and events

Recent changes:
- Migrated to HTML5 Platform

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User reviews of Passport to Downtown Evanston
I love this app !!and I love Andys castusd ice cream
Jul 30, 2013
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jan 9, 2014
Pretty useless Perks show up mostly as blank and even the ones that do show expired already. Uninstalling.
A Google User
Jul 12, 2013
No need for personal info
A Google User
May 10, 2013
I remember when this app was good. Now it's slow and requires an Internet connection. Sad. You now have to register, and there are no longer QR codes, but a PIN instead. Did I mention it's painfully slow?
A Google User
May 4, 2013
Kills my phone But gives me free stuff
A Google User
Apr 29, 2013
Once good, now almost useless This was once a good app, but no more. It doesn't respond well to touch, and won't allow the user to exit except by force quitting. It was changed to require the business to enter a PIN rather than scan a QR code, but not all merchants know that. We ate out tonight at a restaurant that offers a discount, but they couldn't honor it because they didn't know their PIN. It required a user login as well, but there's no way I could see to create an account. In short, it's now darned near useless.