It's free to use and to list your business because it shouldn't be about making a profit on your back in this crisis. We are 💯 supporting business owners in Luxembourg. #madeinluxembourg
This app is entirely free to use. We are not like that online platform that takes 10% fees on every transaction you made while they said they are helping you.
All our data are offered for free to anyone who wants to use it do to good. That's why they are available freely on the open-data platform of Luxembourgish government data.public.lu, only for non-commercial use.
We are not collecting any position information about you when you are using our app. It's free of any Facebook / Google tracking and we are just asking for your email when you are contributing. Which is automatically purged every week if not manually done before.
Is this shop open? Does it make delivery? Can I pick-up my order? All thoses questions answered simply
Use our app to register your business and fill the form with all the details. You'll be available in the app in a minute. And also visible to all the apps and platforms using our API.
For shop owners
I'm Innovation Evangelist at a consulting firm, UX designer, Product & Service designer for several companies in the past including KPMG, worked with Apple and Adobe.
At the very beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak in my country, there was no easy way to get information about which shops are still open, with which changes regarding access rules or schedules ... nor which restaurants are doing delivery and pickup. I wanted something simple where all the information is accessible to everyone.
Yes, all the information is accessible through an API and posted on the government open-data portal. Feel free to reuse it for non-commercial projects.
The only information I'm collecting is your email address when you are contributing by posting new information or report an error on a venue. That's to be able to contact you to get more information or thanks you. I'm removing your email from the app database as soon as it's done (from 1 day to 1 week so far).
It started with a couple of evenings, 1 to 3 hours each. Then I start getting more information from several sources and try to raise public awareness about my app which takes much longer 😁
Well, to allow online ordering, we need a bit of automation. To do so, I use Zapier.com, which cost me 15$/month. In fact, I use it also for what you have in the free plan but so little I decided I can't ask people to contribute for that.
Got any questions? Don't hesitate to reach out.