Much like AirBNB, which lets people rent rooms over the Internet, AirPNP allows businesses and individuals to rent out their bathroom in much the same way. Native apps are in the works, but you can use the mobile optimized web app in the meanwhile. From the article in The Register:
The concept behind the service is simple: at big events like New Orleans' Mardi Gras, chances are you'll find yourself on the street with a full bladder an nowhere to legally relieve it. Enter Airpnp, which gives residences and businesses the opportunity to rent out their bathrooms to people in their immediate location who need to use it.
The service lets users find the nearest convenience using a web app, with native apps promised real soon now.
All will offer users the chance to ... rate their pee experience afterwards to others can see how each restroom stacks up.
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