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You’ll always be ‘in’ with Gimik@Metro: Your Mobile Gimik App

From left: Zes Martinez, VP & Chief Business Officer, Bazinga Inc.; Tet Augila, CTO of Eeazy Cioncepts (Gimik Mobile app developer); Homer Nievera, Group CEO of Bazinga Inc. (Global)

Finding the perfect place for you and your friends to relax and unwind is very important for you.   But do you have the time to explore?  Or is your usual gimik place already boring you to tears?

It’s time to breakaway from the usual and be adventurous with the latest mobile gimik app—Gimik@Metro!

Gimik@Metro lets you “in” on the latest happenings and the trendiest places in town.  Quickly search for gimik places, from restaurants, cafés, pastry shops, restobars to bars!  This app allows you to search establishments by distance, cuisine, city, customer ratings and price so you can plan and budget your night out with your friends.  It even lets you check out the features and amenities of these gimik places.  Every detail, from the photos of the place down to its operating hours, is at your fingertips.

What’s more, you can write and submit your own review of the place with just a few clicks, letting others know if the gimik place is worth their while.

Be always “in” with what’s happening with Gimik@Metro app, now downloadable from the Apple App Store or Google play.  Visit us at www.gimikmobile.com or like us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/GimikMobile.

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