Clique, the unofficial Meetup.com app, is now available

Clique, the unofficial Meetup.com app, is now available

View group and meetup detailsRSVP to eventsBrowse groups and meetups

Clique, the unofficial Meetup app for Windows Phone 8, is aiming to be the premiere app for the social network that boasts more than 15 million members and thousands of local groups around the world. Meetup has yet to provide an official app for their social network in the Windows Phone Store, and other offerings lack much of the functionality and polish that many users are looking for. Clique is the first full-function Meetup app in the Store.

Clique enables users to perform all of the functions they come to expect from the service. From browsing or searching for groups, to RSVPing to nearby meetups, to editing your profile–all of this functionality is built right into Clique. What is missing, though, are features for group and event organizers, but the developer notes in the app description that future updates will enable group creators and event organizers to manage their groups and events, expanding even further the capabilities of the app.

  • Browse recommended and nearby meetups or manage meetups you have already RSVP’d to.
  • Find groups in your area or look at groups Clique thinks you might enjoy
  • Join groups and RSVP to meetups right from within Clique
  • Full meetup comment support enables you to comment on upcoming meetups and reply to or like other members’ comments
  • Clique integrates with your GPS or maps apps to get you to your meetups even faster
  • Live tiles keep you on top of the latest from your groups and meetups
  • Smart search helps you find groups and meetups with ease
  • Visibly stunning and beautifully designed for the Windows Phone interface with rich images and an easy-to-use interface
Download Clique

Grab Clique for free from the Windows Phone Store now and start connecting with people in your area! To celebrate the launch of Clique, for a limited time, enjoy an ad-free experience (through the end of 2013).

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