Breather Brings App Accessible Secret Rooms to NYC
Jun 6, 2013 | Mobile & Web
Soon to be launched in New York City, the new Breather app is hoping to help commuting or traveling workers to get a bit of peace and quiet by allowing them access to secret rooms spread across the city. Whether you’re looking to take a nap, find a temporary office space or just need a place to think, Breather will rent you a nicely furnished room with Wi-Fi at any time of day for a small fee.
Rooms are booked through the Breather app and are then unlocked using Lockitron technology via your smartphone. Watch Breather’s product video below to learn more about the app:
8ninths has recently moved down to the SODO district of Seattle with our offices looking directly out at Century Link Field and SafeCo Field where the Mariners, Seahawks and Seattle Sounders frequently play. As cool as it is to be this close to all of our city’s professional sports action, it can become quite difficult to host meetings, or even come in to the office in general, because of the expensive parking situation. A service like Breather would be perfect for the days that our office gets displaced by baseball games and would be much more convenient that working at a coffee shop or on my living room table. I’m sure other businesses feel the same way so I for one hope that this service expands out to Seattle soon.