So let’s say you’re looking for a job in the fashion industry, or are super interested in the still-developing Apple Maps story, or let’s say that you have been waiting to see The Black Keys in concert but shows always seem to sell out before you can grab tickets.
Resultly fixes all of that, and all from the comfort of a native app on your iPhone.
Here’s how it works:
You start by adding an interest. Maybe that’s plane tickets from NY to SF, Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart news, or below-average prices on the Galaxy Camera. Each interest you add will bring up sub-categories, like what type of news you’re looking for on R-Pat and K-Stew, the price range you’re looking for on the Galaxy Camera, etc.
In fact, you can even get an update on when your favorite shows or movies turn up on Hulu or Netflix. It gets very specific, which is a good thing considering you won’t keep getting notifications on things you don’t care about.
From there, Resultly will send you push notifications on any interest you’ve selected.
The app takes some attention and effort to set up — if you aren’t immediately specific about your interests, you’ll get blasted with information that you don’t care about. Once curated, however, Resultly directly brings the information to you in the comfort of an app, relieving the user from having to seek it out on various forums, news sites, and aggregators.
For now, available interests include Products, News, Airfare, Jobs, Deals, Housing, Books, Video and Social, with Cars, Finance and Event tickets launching soon. The Resultly app is available now for free in the Apple App Store.