AUSTIN, Texas -- Music junkies are crazy about their iPhones, and for good reason. Not only is it a phone and an iPod all in one, but several iPhone apps make it easy to find music clubs, hook up with friends at concerts and change plans on the fly.
One such app is Gigotron, a free iPhone download that lets music lovers search for nearby shows in their area. Concert listings large and small, aggregated from several public databases, are displayed in an elegant interface that's easy to browse.
Right now, Gigotron only has gig listings for a few cities (New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco) but the company is releasing an update this week that will provide info for shows all over the United States -- including Austin.
Gigotron picked up the best mobile app award here at the South by Southwest Interactive Web Awards here Sunday night. Wired.com caught up with founder and CEO Benjamin Satterfield and CTO Tristan Kosmynka to chat about what's next for Gigotron, what it feels like to win and how the company is coping with AT&T's shaky-flaky signal at SXSW.
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