Tired of standing in long queues and wait for hours before getting into a store? This app helps ... More
Tired of standing in long queues and wait for hours before getting into a store? This app helps you find wait times and queues from any businesses near you. With help of people around you, it maintains the latest wait times and queue for any store, banks, walk in clinics, supermarkets or any other business.
So next time, you head out of your house, check into the app and see how long you have to wait for that place you are heading in. Help your community by reporting wait times and queues on any store you visit. This helps others to get the most recent information. Go to the app, find the store from the list and report wait times and queues. It also maintains information like the current mode of operation for a business (normal, curbside pickup, limited entry, online delivery or closed). A dedicated section for senior hours lets you know any specific time of day for seniors to shop.
Search any store from the search screen. You can also search based on categories like groceries, walk-in clinics, banks etc.
Save a store as Favorites. This makes finding it easier at a later time.
Share the app with friends and families directly from within the app and help them stay updated as well.
This app is created for everyone to help reduce wait times. These times are more precious to be spent with near and dear ones. With the current situation also demanding that you avoid crowded places and keep social distance, this app must be as one of your essential tools.
Last updated 30 May 2020
Published 5 Jun 2020
The coronavirus global pandemic has caused masses of problems in the world over the last few months not the least being the horrendous loss of life. Consequently, we have had to change many of the ways in which we live whether it is by self-isolation, social distancing or simply by wearing a mask to prevent the virus spreading any further. Many stores have shut their doors while others remain open but with much reduced capacity. This has caused much consternation for many as people are forced to queue outside supermarkets, banks and medical centers. Restaurants will have similar problems as they begin to reopen but with vastly reduced capacities. So here we have a possible answer.
One thing that hasn't changed is the fact that we humans are still very busy people. no matter if there's a crisis or not. In most cases, we just want to get in and out of shops as quickly as possible. What we don't want is to find ourselves lining up in a queue outside the local medical centre with a whole bunch of potentially sick people all around us, do we? Q Waits is a new free app for Android and iOS that gives up-to-date information on queuing and waiting times for the businesses you may want to visit near you. It does this by calling on customers and visitors to simply log the information when they visit so that fellow citizens get all the up-to-date information and know the...