Dining & Entertainment · Public Relations & Social Media

New Favorite App: HeyLets

While checking out Indeed recently, I came across a new app called HeyLets which was looking for brand ambassadors. I applied to become one because I loved the idea behind this app, and I think you guys might enjoy it too (this isn’t a sponsored post – I just wanted to share my experience on HeyLets 🙂 ).

It’s a “social city and travel guide” app, so it’s perfect if you’re looking for new places in your city or visiting a new one. I have a lot of friends who recently moved to new cities all throughout the US, and can’t wait to share this app with them.

I’m someone who’s always looking for a brand new restaurant; my HeyLets bio literally says “A Philly girl always on the prowl for the next great brunch.” But I’m also always looking for a new venue to see a concert or a new museum to check out a exhibit. That’s why I like HeyLets; it brings together food, entertainment, sightseeing, volunteering, shopping, sports, and more. Any activity you could think of doing, HeyLets has it. I love sharing with people about a new cafe I tried out or an awesome place to hear music, and sometimes Twitter and Facebook isn’t enough to get that message across, which is why I decided to download this app.


So are you looking for a new date idea or place to take your friend who’s visiting for the weekend? I suggest downloading HeyLets. It’s easy, fun, and you’ll definitely become the “go-to” person in your group of friends for places to go. Download here and let me know what you think!

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*Image via HeyLets*

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