OverHear makes use of a simple timeline allowing you to scroll through the events of Tramlines to plan what you hope to see across Sheffield. The app allows you to build your own personal timeline that highlights clashes in your schedule, linking each event to its place in the city. The app also includes notifications that will be used to broadcast changes to scheduling, allowing you to make the most of your Tramlines experience.
OverHear allows you to find gigs from artists you love, plan the future, live in the present and remember the past. Never miss a beat with OverHear.
Good points list times, bands and locations (absolute minimum for this sort of app) . Bad points, cannot search by stage. When you go into a band and go back to previous screen it reverts back to the full listing across all days. For the Fringe festival part of the listing, there is no option to view by day, so you end up scrolling through all 3 days. Basic stuff! Let's hope it's tested properly for next year. Especially as organisers are advising the programs have sold out, "use the app"
On galaxy s5 with the latest android software. The app will not shut down so I have to restart my phone
Doesn't allow me to scroll to the bottom of the band pages and as a result I can't add anything to the timeline. That makes the whole app totally pointless!
Will be a big help for the weekend and works well on G2
Can't wait for this to take off! Will be so useful
Can't wait to try this baby out at tramlines
Map interface just confused me, the listing appeared to be in no sensible order? Load times seemed slow. On a whole the physical programme and venue websites were easier to use and more informative than this.