Ever since the local American Apparel closed it’s been impossible to find any ironic tees within biking distance.
April 1, 2011 8:27 AM Subscribe
Sourcebits Launches The Hipster’s Companion, a Guide to Making Your Life Better.
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Finally, the app that lets you prove just how much better you are than everyone else without even having to try. This critical guide
will help users better their lives by replacing their totally lame everyday tasks with hipster-approved alternatives.
Features of the app include:
- Find the hottest fashions - Simply pull up the fashions tab on The Hipster’s Companion and it will immediately locate every Urban Outfitters store within a 20 mile radius. The app is also optimized to track sales on skinny jeans and leggings, as well as non-prescription, heavy-framed glasses with or without lenses.
- Optimize your dining experience - Tired of those corporate chain casual dining spots that dominate the landscape? Now you’ll be able to hunt down only places that serve vegan meals and offer locally brewed beers. Sure, you may have to drive four hours just to find a place to eat, but would you really rather go to Applebee’s?
- Get recommendations for the best music - Now that Arcade Fire has won a Grammy their totally over, but The Hipster’s Companion will help you find the next amazing band no one’s heard of and who you can completely abandon once they start to get big. Just simply select from the list of seemingly incompatible musical styles to find the latest techno, hip-hop rockabilly act, or randomize your choices for the true hipster experience. You can buy any songs available on iTunes directly from the app, but shouldn’t because any band that’s on iTunes has already sold out.
“This app is a total lifesaver for me,” said a hipster consultant who only goes by Chad. “Ever since the local American Apparel closed it’s been impossible to find any ironic tees within biking distance. Now my collection of clothes inspired by obscure movies is safe for another day.”