When you're at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, it's easy to find out what's on. But it's harder to work out what's good! So you'll need help from iFringe, the only app to show full official listings alongside a range of candid independent reviews.

Constantly updated, iFringe is the indispensable personal guide to the Fringe. Read reviews, listen to interviews, and get trustworthy recommendations from leading independent websites. Be spontaneous and find a show to see right now - or use your personal bookmark list to plan ahead. It’s your call!

And once you've chosen the show you want to see, iFringe is standing by with practical help and advice. Filled with maps, know-how, hints and tips, there’s no easier way to keep your ear to the ground this August.

4,000 shows, 300 venues, 25 days. One app will make sense of it all. iFringe - find the best of the Fringe on the move.

[Data provided courtesy of the Edinburgh Festivals Listings API. We are proud of our independence and are not endorsed by the Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society.]

What’s New

Version 4.1

It's that time of year again! The Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2019 starts on 2 August. Download this update to iFringe and you'll be all set for the cultural feast to come.

Fringe 2019 sees over 4,500 shows across more than 300 venues, in a packed 25-day programme. iFringe is the only app to show full official listings alongside candid independent reviews... so upgrade now, and start planning your Fringe today.

(Please note: once you've upgraded, you'll no longer be able to read last year's listings or reviews.)

Ratings and Reviews

1.5 out of 5
2 Ratings

2 Ratings

Kenny R1000 ,

Waste of time

I installed this about 9 hours ago and it still says it is waiting to download reviews. Useless!

gidget211 ,

Good to plan the day but ...

... cannot browse shows by category.

Crispin H ,

Too many Lady boy ads!

Ok the idea is fine but it's a little difficult to find your way about as you have to scroll the screen to see all the options.
I could not find prices for shows. It also seems to be too keen on podcasts rather than reviews. Walking around the fringe I have no time or earphones for these. Worse still it seems to loose your place every time you leave the app as I found I constantly had to do in order to view the Google maps they link to.
The really bad news though is that every time you run the app it keeps on presenting you with the same advert which cannot be cancelled. In my case this was a Lady Boys of Bangkok and you are forced to view it for what seems like an enternity. I'm open minded but being forced to view the ad perhaps 20 times a day is no joke.
I notice most reviews are from people before the actual event and are 5 star and written in a few days mid July. Should we be suspicious?

App Privacy

The developer, FringeGuru Ltd, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

No Details Provided

The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.


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    Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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