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Einvite app arrives in time for Ramadan

Einvite is the UAE's first official event organisation app to launch in Dubai

Einvite app arrives in time for Ramadan
Einvite allows the organiser to break the process of event planning

Einvite, an app developed by UAE-based company Nomadic Capital Limited, will launch in time for Ramadan.

Einvite allows the organiser to break the process of event planning down into a series of simple steps by sending out invitations to a customised guest list and collect the expenses for the event through an online payment portal.

The free app, which is currently available on iOS, has multiple purposes, it can used for anything from a house party to meet ups to travel tours and purchasing a gift which requires the cost to be spilt among friends.

Nomadic Co-Founder Ziad Ghosn said: "We're thrilled to create such an intelligent application. Dubai is a fast-moving city that thrives off events that occur daily - be it a conference or Iftar get together, Einvite saves people the stress of hosting and managing events the old-school way."

The user will be required to download the app and enter their card details, then the user can create the event and add relevant details, such as name, type, description, date and time, location via Google maps) and participation fee (if any). Participants can be invited to an event through the app itself or can be sent an SMS by the host, with a download link to the app. The host can also chat with guests through an internal chat feature.

Set to launch just in time for Ramadan, the app is perfect for users to organize Iftars and Suhoors and will be available online in the App store. 

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