OUT is a
features to enable its users to
go out, share and have fun.
The OUT map
Thanks to the map, users can see all the bars around them. They can also find out in real time how busy the establishment is, what's happening there or how popular certain Outers are.
In the feed, Outers can follow the activity of their friends, be informed of events around them and interact with other Outers.
Pay for a drink remotely
With this function, users can buy a drink for another Outer from anywhere at any time: an ideal way to strengthen ties or meet new people.
The OUT map
On OUT, you can view the profiles of other Outers in the bar, add them as friends and chat in the messaging system. The profile is designed to help you make friends with Outers in a matter of seconds.
You can order from all OUT partner bars directly via your smartphone, in just one click. No more endless queues or credit card receipts. With Stripe as your payment solution, OUT guarantees fast, ultra-secure.
OUT has set up a cashback solution that lets you earn up to €80 when you order in a partner bar.
OUT offers a high-performance messaging system designed to enhance interaction between Outers. The app features exclusive functions to preserve the confidentiality of discussions.
With the "Ranking" function, you can instantly compare the prices of your favorite drinks in the establishments around you, and gauge how busy they are.
With OUT ticketing, pick up your tickets for your favorite events in just a few clicks, directly in the app.
Challenge your friends to win OUT badges. So which of them will be the most
generous? The biggest party-goer? The most courted?
This feature is designed to raise awareness of alcohol consumption. The
breathalyzer is activated once the user has ordered a certain number of drinks.
Would you like to order without worrying about social functions? Our Web app is
just the thing for you: you can order your favorite beverages in just one click,
without having to download the application.
Would you like more information on becoming an OUT bar?