Got to Go is an application that helps you find restrooms in North America. Whether it’s a road-trip that never seems to end, or an endless line in front of the restroom: when you gotta go, you gotta know.
Besides Got to Go’s functional side, finding places to go to the restroom, it can also find that really cool café down the street, the well-maintained pub up the road, or a restaurant you never knew existed until you had to use the restroom. Who knew going to the restroom could be so interesting?
The Cintas Sponsored Best Restroom nominees and winners are now integrated within Got to Go and are now mobile. You can now locate, view and visit some of the most memorable restrooms, from coast to coast, ball parks and ball rooms. Got to Go and Cintas have your needs covered. If you want to find some of the best restrooms, download the app and visit some of the past and present winners in your area. When you gotta go, you gotta know so why not go in some of the most immaculate, inviting and, most of all, memorable restrooms around North America.
Bug fixes and improvements such as social media integration. Now share where you go, so your friends are in the know!
Ratings and Reviews
This app is a bad solution to a real problem. The map shows businesses with bathrooms in your vicinity but does not guarantee that you can use these bathrooms without having to make a purchase. So it can be a hit and miss process if you get denied. Which is not something you want when you have a pressing urge...
Wee on us and tell us it's raining
First the positive: this is a great idea, and the graphics are fun (e.g., toilet paper rolls to rate the restrooms). This is the shell of a great app.
The content, though, is completely lacking. These are just lists of gas stations, Subways, McDonald's(es?), Dunkin Donuts and Starbucks the creators uploaded from some company listing. All other fast food joints are mysteriously missing. And all of the gas stations were uploaded with their legal names and not their storefront names (like Perimeter Oil Company instead of Quik Trip), which hinders you from actually finding the place.
You can add your own locations, photos, ratings, etc. which is cool but also shows that the creators are banking on all the users to provide them with the content to make the app useful. Personally, I have better things to do than map all the Taco Bells in my area and take pictures of their restrooms.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.